balanced stock

balanced stock

[′bal·ənst ‚stäk]
(ordnance)
That condition in supply when availability and requirements are in equilibrium for specific items.
Accumulation of supplies in quantities determined necessary to meet requirements for a fixed period of time.
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Existing national and EU fisheries management policies are apparently not effective enough to maintain or even rebuild a balanced stock situation.
how quickly markets digest information, with lower volatility linked to more efficient markets; variance ratio, which measures the degree to which price movements are random, with the assumption that fewer random price movements are indicative of less efficient markets; and return autocorrelation, which measures the relation of price moves to previous price moves, with a high autocorrelation implying a slower correction to balanced stock prices.
The balanced stock used for chromosome transfer is heterozygous for large inversions, and all chromosomes have dominant markers that are lethal as homozygotes (Lindsley and Zimm 1990).
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