NOMINAL RETURN Definition

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NOMINAL RETURN is an investment return that does not take into account the effects of inflation on the investment or return.

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GAO (Government Accountability Office) is the investigative arm of the United States Congress charged with examining matters relating to the receipt and payment of public funds.

BILL OF MATERIALS (BOM) is a listing of all the assemblies, sub-assemblies, parts, and raw materials that are needed to produce one unit of a finished product. Each finished product has its own bill of materials.

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