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The country code for New Caledonia.

North Carolina State Information

Phone: (919) 733-1110
www.ncgov.com


Area (sq mi):: 53818.51 (land 48710.88; water 5107.63) Population per square mile: 178.30
Population 2005: 8,683,242 State rank: 0 Population change: 2000-20005 7.90%; 1990-2000 21.40% Population 2000: 8,049,313 (White 70.20%; Black or African American 21.60%; Hispanic or Latino 4.70%; Asian 1.40%; Other 4.80%). Foreign born: 5.30%. Median age: 35.30
Income 2000: per capita $20,307; median household $39,184; Population below poverty level: 12.30% Personal per capita income (2000-2003): $27,068-$28,071
Unemployment (2004): 5.50% Unemployment change (from 2000): 1.80% Median travel time to work: 24.00 minutes Working outside county of residence: 26.40%

List of North Carolina counties:

  • Alamance County
  • Alexander County
  • Alleghany County
  • Anson County
  • Ashe County
  • Avery County
  • Beaufort County
  • Bertie County
  • Bladen County
  • Brunswick County
  • Buncombe County
  • Burke County
  • Cabarrus County
  • Caldwell County
  • Camden County
  • Carteret County
  • Caswell County
  • Catawba County
  • Chatham County
  • Cherokee County
  • Chowan County
  • Clay County
  • Cleveland County
  • Columbus County
  • Craven County
  • Cumberland County
  • Currituck County
  • Dare County
  • Davidson County
  • Davie County
  • Duplin County
  • Durham County
  • Edgecombe County
  • Forsyth County
  • Franklin County
  • Gaston County
  • Gates County
  • Graham County
  • Granville County
  • Greene County
  • Guilford County
  • Halifax County
  • Harnett County
  • Haywood County
  • Henderson County
  • Hertford County
  • Hoke County
  • Hyde County
  • Iredell County
  • Jackson County
  • Johnston County
  • Jones County
  • Lee County
  • Lenoir County
  • Lincoln County
  • Macon County
  • Madison County
  • Martin County
  • McDowell County
  • Mecklenburg County
  • Mitchell County
  • Montgomery County
  • Moore County
  • Nash County
  • New Hanover County
  • Northampton County
  • Onslow County
  • Orange County
  • Pamlico County
  • Pasquotank County
  • Pender County
  • Perquimans County
  • Person County
  • Pitt County
  • Polk County
  • Randolph County
  • Richmond County
  • Robeson County
  • Rockingham County
  • Rowan County
  • Rutherford County
  • Sampson County
  • Scotland County
  • Stanly County
  • Stokes County
  • Surry County
  • Swain County
  • Transylvania County
  • Tyrrell County
  • Union County
  • Vance County
  • Wake County
  • Warren County
  • Washington County
  • Watauga County
  • Wayne County
  • Wilkes County
  • Wilson County
  • Yadkin County
  • Yancey County
  • North Carolina Parks

    References in periodicals archive ?
    Substituting the marginal investor's tax rates into Equation (9), and assuming a call price investor is indifferent between the noncallable and callable bond at a coupon payment ([C.
    We consider two types of bonds: 1) a bond with a make-whole call provision and 2) an option-free or noncallable bond.
    Volatility of default--free noncallable bond = (bond duration)vV/D, (4)
    A callable bond is worth less to the investor than a noncallable because the issuer holds the option to call the bond when it is to their own advantage (investor's disadvantage).
    The risk premiums for noncallable BHC securities were computed directly as the difference between their yields to maturity and those of Treasury securities with the same maturity.
    On January 1, 1993, Cindy Morgan pays $104,500 for $100,000 of noncallable 30-year municipal bonds originally issued on January 1, 1969.
    The mean coupon rate for the noncallable sample is greater than that for the callable sample (10% and 8.
    Our tests are based on a sample of 958 bonds issued during 1987-1991, when issuance of noncallable bonds was quite common.
    Additionally, concerns regarding the presence of high coupon, noncallable GO debt that will be outstanding until 2010 remain, but are mitigated to a degree by the ongoing practice of aggressively refunding high coupon bonds whenever possible.
    The differential effect of call provisions is a significant factor in explaining the observed yield spreads between noncallable ("straight") corporates and straight Treasuries on the one hand and callable corporates and callable Treasuries on the other.
    The issue will include fixed-rate and index-rate notes as determined by the state's Treasurer at the time of sale, and will be noncallable.
    To calculate the credit spreads C(t) in Equation (7) that are consistent with the prices at which noncallable FNMA debt obligations are trading in the marketplace, Equation (6a) is replaced by