SHFA

AcronymDefinition
SHFASydney Harbour Foreshore Authority (Australia)
SHFAScottish Hip Fracture Audit (Scotland)
SHFAState Housing Finance Agency
SHFAStern Hedge Fund Association (New York University; New York, NY)
SHFAScottish History for All (UK)
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Albeit the positive swings are marginal, these increases are reflective of the economic and mortgage-lending environments during that period and the shift in SHFAs' business model in response.
(79) A separate permit is required to busk in Darling Harbour, The Rocks and Circular Quay, these precincts being under the jurisdiction of the SHFA. (80) A significant (and controversial) (81) difference between the City of Sydney and SHFA permits is that, to obtain the latter, the busker must show proof of having public liability insurance cover.
The buildings that remained--primarily those made of stone, wood, or brick with arched windows--date from the mid-nineteenth century, according to the SHFA. Many have rooftop pulleys once used for hoisting cargo.
For example, both the policies of the City of Melbourne and SHFA indicate that applicants will (or may) (162) be required to give a sample performance as part of the application process, but buskers reported that they had not been required to do so.
Major drag to the market performance came from Consumer Staples (-1.90 per cent), Consumer Discretionary (-0.88 per cent), Health Care (-0.42 per cent), Energy (-0.31 per cent) and Financials (-0.18 per cent) amid selling pressure in NESTLE (-3.31 per cent), COLG (-4.68 per cent), INDU (-3.44 per cent), SHFA (-5 per cent), NRL (-4.96 per cent), PSO (-1.07 per cent), PPL (0.45 per cent), HMB (-3.33 per cent) and HBL (-0.40 per cent).
Major contribution to the KSE 100 index gains came from health care (+1.7 per cent), energy (+1.03 per cent) and consumer discretionary (+0.83 per cent) amid value hunting in SEARL (+3.25 per cent), SHFA (+5 per cent), PPL (+1.23 per cent), POL (+1.23 per cent), PSO (+1.78 per cent), HASCOL (+5 per cent) and THALL (+1.82 per cent).
Contribution to upside came from Health Care (+1.63 per cent), Energy (+0.63 per cent) and Consumer Discretionary (+0.40 per cent) amid buying frenzy in SEARL (+2.02 per cent), SHFA (+3.61 per cent), PSO (+2.84 per cent), OGDC (+0.79 per cent), POL (+0.87 per cent), HPL (+5 per cent) and NML (+1.01 per cent).
Additional pressure came from select names in health care (-1.19 per cent) and energy (-0.76 per cent) thanks to SEARL (-1.49 per cent), SHFA (-4.45 per cent), PSO (-2.5 per cent), PPL (-1.08 per cent) and POL (-1.23 per cent).
Major drag to index decline came from Health Care (-4.27 per cent), Industrials (-4.17 per cent), Materials (-3.12 per cent), Energy (-2.93 per cent) and Consumer Discretionary (-2.88 per cent) following heavy losses in SEARL (-5 per cent), ABOT (-4.63 per cent), SHFA (-5 per cent), MTL (-4.13 per cent), TRG (-4.96 per cent), PIBTL (-5.11 per cent), PAEL (-5 per cent), ENGRO (-3.97 per cent), LUCK (-3.10 per cent), DAWH (-4.42 per cent), DGKC (-5 per cent), FFC (-1.68 per cent), FCCL (-4.93 per cent), ISL (-4.13 per cent), INIL (-5 per cent), POL (-4.66 per cent), OGDC (-2.23 per cent), PPL (-2.23 per cent), PSO (-3.06 per cent), NML (-4.16 per cent), HCAR (-4.93 per cent) and KTML (-3.67 per cent).
On the flip side, industrials (-0.46 per cent) and healthcare (-0.33 per cent) dragged the index down, thanks to MTL (-4.53 per cent), PAEL (-0.85 per cent), SHFA (-1.41 per cent) and GLAXO (-1.03 per cent).
On the flip side, Health care (-0.51 per cent), Consumer Staples (-0.49 per cent) and Financials (-0.24 per cent) ratified a reactive close as SHFA (-3.84 per cent), SEARL (-0.41 per cent), PAKT (-1.32 per cent), NESTLE (-1 per cent), COLG (-1.56 per cent), UBL (-1.91 per cent), HBL (-0.19 per cent) and BAFL (-0.89 per cent) closed in red.
Support to intraday gains came from industrials (+1.20 per cent), energy (+1.16 per cent) and healthcare (+1.06 per cent), led by gains in MTL (+2.31 per cent), TRG (+1.67 per cent), OGDC (+2.31 per cent), POL (+2.13 per cent), PSO (+3.09 per cent), ABOT (+3.58 per cent) and SHFA (+3.73 per cent).