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REGULATION A Definition
REGULATION A, in the USA, is a regulation under the Securities Act of 1933 providing for a simplified form of filing with the SEC, used for certain public offerings of not more than $5,000,000 and exempting such offerings from full registration.
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LOT can be: 1. A group of items which are bought or sold together; 2. Multiple shares held or traded together, usually in units of 100; or, 3. A parcel of land.
OVERDRAFT is, a. a draft in excess of the credit balance within an account; or b. a facility (usually at a bank or other financial institution) enabling an account holder to borrow up to an agreed amount and often for an agreed time.