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letter of intent

A letter signifying an intention to enter into a formal agreement, usually setting forth the general terms of such agreement.
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148) In the Union Bank Wind Farm Investment Letter, the OCC failed to state the specific "business of banking" for which the incidental powers in question were necessary.
This follows a report in the September issue of the prominent industry investment letter, Forbes Wolfe Nanotech Report, citing mPhase among its "Companies to Watch".
Retirement Weekly follows on the heels of The Calandra Report, an investment letter edited by noted CBS MarketWatch stock columnist Thom Calandra, and The Technical Indicator, a daily detailed analysis for sophisticated traders from leading technical analyst, Michael Ashbaugh.
The New Wall Street Investment Letter today announces the undervalued stock report featuring Ibises International (OTC: IBSN), a small cap company providing security-entertainment and surveillance technology for the airline industry.
OTC:CECC) has announced today that it has entered into an Investment Letter of Intent with Ascot Investments, Inc.
Published 50 times a year, Sturza's Medical Investment Letter is a leader in providing timely, objective research on the biotech, pharmaceutical and medical device sectors to investors worldwide.
MedLogic Global Corporation announced today that it has signed a $15 million investment letter of intent with a consortium led by Citigroup Investments and Verus International, LTD.
In an investment note issued Tuesday, Jeff Saut of Raymond James cautioned against year-end investment letters, especially those full of predictions since, after all, "how many pundits predicted Brexit, or a Donald Trump victory?
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