IB

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AcronymDefinition
IBInterface Bus
IBInternational Business (various organizations)
IBIkonboard (web forum software)
IBInternational Baccalaureate
IBIntroducing Broker
IBInformation Bulletin
IBIntelligence Bureau (India, Pakistan)
IBIberia (Spanish airlines)
IBIbuprofen
IBInteractive Brokers LLC
IBIslas Baleares (Balearic Islands)
IBInfiniBand (I/O specification, formerly called System I/O)
IBInternet Business
IBI'm Back
IBInboard
IBInterface Builder (Apple Computers)
IBIn Bond
IBIn Band
IBInternational Bank
IBImmunoblotting
IBInternational Bureau (FCC)
IBIndian Bank
IBIbidem (Latin: In the Same Place; IBID is more common)
IBInvestment Banker
IBInstruction Book
IBI'm Bored
IBInformation Bureau
IBInquiry Board
IBInterface Board
IBIce Breaker
IBInput Buffer
IBItsy-Bitsy
IBInclusion Body
IBInfectious Bronchitis (poultry viral disease)
IBIndustrial Base
IBInternational Boundary
IBInternet Bank
IBInvision Board (message board)
IBIsobar
IBInstituto Balseiro (Bariloche, Argentina)
IBInvestigator's Brochure
IBIce Block (gaming, World of Warcraft)
IBIndividual Budgets (UK)
IBIdiot Box (band)
IBIntelligence Branch
IBInhaled Budesonide
IBIntermediate Body
IBInitial Budget
IBIk Bedoel (Dutch: I Mean)
IBIthaca Bakery (Ithaca, NY)
IBIncline Bench (weight lifting)
IBIncendiary Bomb
IBIllinois Bell
IBInduction Brazing
IBIssue Book
IBIntrabursal
IBInvoice Book
IBInner Bottom (Shipbuilding)
IBInbye (mining)
IBInstruction Buffer
IBInterdit Bancaire (France)
IBInvestment Bureau
IBInformation Briefing
IBIndependent Bottler (Scotch whisky)
IBIndicator Bit (ITU-T)
IBInteractive Broadcasting (Internet company)
IBIncest Baby
IBIndustrial Brownhoist
IBIntegrated Battlefield
IBIdentification Beacon
IBIntegration Backbone
IBInternational Bacheloriate
IBIntermediate Break
IBInitial Bath
IBImpact Burst
IBDirectie Internationaal Beleid (Dutch: direction for international politics)
IBImport Bulletin
IBIrregular Billing
IBInformation before Learning Task (online education)
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According to Murray, the proportion of insurers' cash and invested assets in bonds receded from 66.
According to Pederson, Americans forfeit $100 million to $150 million a year by cashing in bonds at the wrong time.
Altonji said that investments in bonds, and to a lesser extent common stocks, are for purposes of dividend income and capital appreciation, while investments In bonds are also for capital preservation.