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Used for listed equity securities. See: Picture.

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1. In equities, the price at which a dealer or broker is willing to buy or sell a security. See also: Bid-ask spread.

2. See: Quote.

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A price and size quotation for a security. For example, a floor broker may ask for a look at General Motors.
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Looking back at that time, she says, 'I learned that significant changes in society are born when there is a deep, change, in individuals, who go on to find a life's mission under God.
Looking back, one can very clearly see the historical forces that brought longterm care to its current state: vigorous in expanding its services, depressed by adverse financial and regulatory forces, but enlivened by a powerful undercurrent of devotion to the elderly that, in the better organizations, never seems to go away.
Future generations will look back at the appalling suffering of the dying in our time with the same horror we feel when looking back at barbaric "medical treatments" such as bleeding with leeches or inflicting circular burns over the entire bodies of those afflicted with certain "nervous disorders.
He is walking fast and not looking back, not looking back to see if Eleanor is waiting.
Because hair analysis can look back on whether someone has done drugs over the past several months (versus urinalysis looking back 2-3 days for most drugs), this technology has a superior detection rate; and because of that superior detection rate provides a very powerful upfront deterrent.
Looking back at growing up in Wallsend, Howdon & Willington Quay.
It is only by looking back that we can resolve to try harder in the future.
If you have an old photo you think would be a perfect image for this spot, send it to Looking Back, The Register-Guard, P.
Looking back on Kozloff's essay, one finds a far more nuanced and wide-ranging argument than one expects, given the muckraking studies that followed.
Yet looking back from the vantage point of the Weimar era, as Harris encourages us to do in a chatty, somewhat uneven bibliographical overview in his last chapter, Bavarian opposition to Jewish emancipation seems to me far indeed from the antisemitic fulminations of the Nazis.
Looking back at the year in review, a notable milestone in the entertainment scene is the continued sold-out success of "A New Day.
In the film, Pete Postlethwaite is an old man in 2055, looking back at 2007 and asking why we did not do more to stop climate change.