Flurry


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Flurry

A drastic volume increase in a specific security.

Flurry

A large, and usually temporary, increase in a security's trading volume.
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Yahoo's advertising technology chief Scott Burke said that by joining Yahoo, Flurry will have resources to speed up the delivery of platforms that can help developers build better apps, reach the right users, and explore new revenue opportunities, the report added.
According to its website, Flurry works with more than
Flurry also believes that, while smartphone activations are usually activated four times as much as tablets, Christmas Day 2012 saw more tablets activated than smartphones, with Apple's iPad and iPad mini, as well as Amazon's Kindle Fire HD the main players.
According to experts, the short-lived flurry does not mean we should brace ourselves for a second big freeze.
This year sees the percentages slightly more in favour of a white Christmas, and for Wales, the higher ground over Mid and North Wales could well see some snowfall, but there is a possibility lower levels will see a flurry or two.
Lutter (12-4) managed to pass Silva and as the round neared an end, began to throw a flurry of punches down on Silva, who didn't panic and, despite his dire position, was able to free himself.
Once on the market, The Canterbury generated a flurry of investor interest and sold swiftly at a premium because its rent roll offers substantial future upside," said Mr.
The intruder was not hit by the flurry of gunfire, but it did discourage him, and he fled.
BOOKMAKERS slashed the odds on a white Christmas from 4/1 to 7/2 yesterday after a flurry of big bets.
THE KING OF THE ROAD FREIGHT-TRAINED INTO NOR-CAL with a last-minute showdown at the Marin County Pat Duffy rail and a flurry of mohawks at Hubba Hideout.
Levins said he was concerned this could lead to a flurry of requests for records by veterans to the center, which already faces a backlog of 120,000 records requests.