EMT

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EMTEmergency Medical Technician
EMTEquine Massage Therapy (Colorado)
EMTEpic Meal Time (food artists)
EMTEarly Modern Thought (network; European Science Foundation)
EMTEl Monte, CA (airport code)
EMTElectrical Metallic Tubing (various companies)
EMTExecutive Management Team (various organizations)
EMTEnergy Marketing and Trading
EMTElectrical Metallic Tubing
EMTEmpresa Municipal de Transportes (Madrid, Spain)
EMTEpithelial-Mesenchymal Transition
EMTEquipment Maintenance Technician (various companies)
EMTEnvironmental Management Team (US Army)
EMTEntertainment, Media and Technology
EMTEnvironmental Management Technology
EMTEase of Movement (clothing)
EMTÉvaluation en Milieu de Travail (French: Assessment in the Workplace)
EMTEmergency Medical Treatment
EMTelectromechanical technology
EMTEmerging Medical Technologies (database and online meetings; Life Science Intelligence, Inc.)
EMTEnergy Management Technology
EMTExtended Mobility Tires
EMTElectronic Money Transfer
EMTEric McFadden Trio
EMTErreur Maximale Tolérée (French: Maximum Tolerated Error)
EMTEmergency Management Team
EMTEnvironmental Monitoring Technology (Hendersonville, TN)
EMTEmergency Medical Team
EMTEnterprise Management Technology (software)
EMTEntreprise Marocaine de Travaux (French: Moroccan Works Company)
EMTEfficient Market Theory
EMTEmail Money Transfer
EMTExtended Mobility Technology (Goodyear Tires)
EMTEffective Medium Theory
EMTEesti Mobiiltelefon (Estonian Mobile operator)
EMTEnglish Mother Tongue
EMTElectronic Manufacturing Technology
EMTElectromagnetic Tomography
EMTElectromagnetic Transient
EMTEnergy Management Team (various locations)
EMTÉnergie Maintenance Travaux (French: Energy Maintenance Works)
EMTÉlastomères Moulages Techniques (French: Cast Elastomers Techniques)
EMTEffective-Mass Theory
EMTEmerging Models and Technologies for Computation
EMTEffects Management Tool (US Army/Marine Corps AFATDS client)
EMTEnhanced Multi-Threading
EMTEquivalent Megatonnage
EMTEnseignement Manuel et Technique (French: Education and Technical Manual)
EMTElectron Multiplier Tube
EMTEmergency Medical Tag
EMTEmballage Moderne Transparent (French: Modern Transparent Packaging)
EMTElapsed Maintenance Time
EMTExcursions Maritimes Tropéziennes (French tropical maritime excursion company)
EMTElectron Microscope Tomography
EMTÉlevage Matériels et Technologies (French: Livestock Equipment and Technologies)
EMTEn Minä Tiedä (Finnish: I Don't Know)
EMTEach More Than
EMTElectrician's Mate, Telephone (US Coast Guard)
EMTEmergency Medical Tourniquet
EMTExpert Missile Tracker
EMTEastern Mediterranean Time (GMT+0200)
EMTExecutive Mentors and Trainers (Seattle, WA)
EMTEuropean Mean Time
EMTengineering model thruster
EMTEffective Methods Team
EMTElectromechanical Team (ICBM maintenance)
EMTEuro Money Transfer
EMTEnhanced Modulation Techniques
EMTEmpresa Madeirense de Tabacos, SA (Portugal)
EMTExhaust/Muffler/Tailpipe (automobiles)
EMTElectromechanical Maintenance Team (ICBM)
EMTEngine Materials Technology
EMTElement Management Tool
EMTEmbedded Memory Testing
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Efficient market theory no longer dominates the academic discipline of finance, says Robert A.
Efficient market theory contends that investors are unable to make an above normal return by trading on public information.
The impact of efficient market theory, portfolio selection, risk analysis, and option pricing theory on asset management and capital budgeting procedures is evident from even a casual comparison of current practices with, for example, those of the early 1960s when Paul Samuelson was just publishing his early foundational papers in finance.
The Efficient Market Theory (EMT) hypothesizes that securities markets process information efficiently.
This concept stands on what economists call the "efficient market theory," that is, at any given time, the market forces of demand and supply will guarantee the best possible price.
Hence, the purpose of this paper is to test the efficient market theory (2), i.e., to investigate empirically the existence of long-term relationships between share prices in the GCC stock markets.
(11) For a clear statement of the two positions, see GILSON, supra note 6, which supports the efficient market theory, and LIPTON & ROWE, supra note 6, which criticizes Gilson's position.
Study alter study showed the efficient market theory to be, by and large, correct.
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