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AcronymDefinition
OeOersted (CGS measurement unit of magnetic energy)
OeOriginal Equipment
OeOutboard Engine (boating)
OeOtitis Externa
OeOld English
OeOuter Envelope
OeOffice Equipment (Hekimian)
OeOpen End
OeOwner's Equity (accounting)
OeOptoelectronics
OeOutlook Express (Microsoft)
OeOhio Edison
OeOutput Enable
OeOn Examination (clinical notes)
OeOffice of Enforcement
OeOperational Excellence
Oeoral epithelium
OeOrganizational Effectiveness
OeOld Etonian (Eton College)
OeOrder Entry (CRM module)
OeOperating Environment
OeOpen Embedded (computing)
OeOpen Enrollment
OeOutcome Expectancy
OeOwner's Engineer
OeOperational Effectiveness
OeOperating Expense
OeOperating Experience
OeOrdnance and Explosives
OeObjective Evidence
OeOil Equivalent
OeOperator Error
OeOffline Explorer
OeOptical to Electrical
OeOperating Engineer
OeOperaciones Especiales (Spanish: Special Operations)
OeOverseas Experience (travel)
OeOptions Exchange
OeOrganizational Element
OeOption Expiration
OeOrganizational Economics
OeOperational Evaluation
OeOld Edwardian (King Edward's School Birmingham)
OeOxytocin and Ergometrine
OeOperational Error
OeOperational Energy (US Army)
OeOperating Envelope (OMS term)
OeOpposing Elements
OeOver Etch (semiconductor gate etching)
OeOrbital Express (DARPA satellite servicing demonstration)
OeOpen Entries
OeOperational Element
OeOld Ellesmerian (club; UK)
OeOptical Extension
OeOver-equipped (gaming)
OeOpportunity Enterprises, Inc (Valparaiso, IN)
OeOver Exaggeration
OeOfficer of Elections (voting)
OeObservatório Eleitoral (Portuguese: Electoral Observatory; Mozambique)
OeOrthochromatic Erythroblast
OeOregon Electric Railway Company
OeOccupational Entrance (high-school job preparation program)
OeOptical Engineer/Ing
OeOverlay Explorer
References in periodicals archive ?
The firm is the holding company for Chicago Board Options Exchange, Inc.
Others include the international accounting firm Grant Thornton, insurer Guardian Life and the world's largest equity options exchange, International Securities Exchange.
The new options exchange will have to compete with the combination of the American Stock Exchange and the Philadelphia Stock Exchange, which are preparing to join the National Association of Securities Dealers, the mother company of the Nasdaq stock exchange.
In May 2000, ISE launched the first fully electronic options exchange in the United States, and since that time, has grown rapidly.