NABE


Also found in: Dictionary, Idioms, Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
NABENational Association for Business Economics
NABENational Association for Bilingual Education
NABENational Association of Business Economists
NABENorth Atlantic Bloom Experiment
NABENorth American Bookdealers Exchange (Cottage Grove, OR)
NABENot Another Batch Encoder (UNIX)
References in periodicals archive ?
Only 5% of economists in the NABE survey believe Trump and China will come to a comprehensive trade agreement. 
Only 2% of the 226 respondents now see a recession this year, compared to 10% in February's survey, NABE said.
The NABE forecast is in line with the updated outlook that the Federal Reserve released last week.
According to the latest NABE survey, 60 percent of respondents believed economic policy should do more to combat climate change.
The latest NABE survey also pointed out that with the nation's unemployment rate at a 17-year low of 4.1 percent, more firms were facing pressure to raise wages because there were fewer workers available to hire.
Apart from Bijin Nabe, also served were fresh Romaine Lettuce Caesar Salad with Shio-Konbu; Nikumaki Onigiri, bacon-wrapped rice balls with special soy sauce; Chicken Nanban which came with a rich tartar sauce made from Miyazaki pasteurized eggs; and Maximum Fried Egg Plant with sweet and sour sauce.
Francine Walker, director of the Bar's Public Information and Bar Services Department, and Jeff Doran, staff for the Law Related Education Committee, discussed the #JustAdulting program at a breakout session at the NABE Communication Section Workshop, in Savannah, Georgia.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-October 11, 2016-Fannie Mae team gets NABE Outlook Award
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 11, 2016-Fannie Mae team gets NABE Outlook Award
The National Association for Business Economics (NABE) estimated that real consumer spending rose at an annual average of 3.1% last year and stands to rise 2.8% in 2016 and 2.6% in 2017.
Our research indicates the occasionally controversial novelist purchased the property in March 1977, for $149,500, an amount that nowadays is barely enough to buy a crappy one-bedroom apartment in a dumpy Los Angeles neighborhood, let alone a Mediterranean villa on half of an acre in a prosperous, celeb favored nabe conveniently nestled into the foothills above Hollywood.