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Stock Exchange of Singapore (SES)

The only stock exchange in Singapore.

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Used on the consolidated tape to indicate a transaction of less than a round lot: AEPPr 5ss47.
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Clearly, social disadvantage in early life can cumulate throughout the life course, leading to exacerbations in health disparities between people of low and high socioeconomic status.
This study concluded that the socioeconomic status of parents has no significant effect on the cardiovascular parameters (systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure, heart rate, rate pressure product and pulse pressure) of primary school pupils in Ile-Ife, Nigeria.
The findings might also help "target early interventions to those low socioeconomic status families who are most vulnerable" to this interaction with gestational diabetes, they said.
All analyses controlled for age, area of residence, education level, socioeconomic status and survey year.
Our review shows that pediculosis capitis is widespread throughout the world and does not discriminate on socioeconomic status grounds.
Boyce (1990) found that teachers in high socioeconomic status schools had higher or greater expectations for student academic achievement than did their counterparts in low socioeconomic status schools.
As a first step in developing the representation of Australian occupations, a scatter plot was constructed using the sex composition and socioeconomic status of occupations.
He examines the relevance of four conceptual models to relationships among parental attachment, family socioeconomic status, deviant peer relationships and youth participation in risky behaviors in urban African American middle school students, finding the real situation is more complex than one would expect.
As the rising of poverty rates has continued in the United States, so has the debate on the affects of socioeconomic status (SES) on children.
A couple of the report's key findings show that dropping out is epidemic in central cities and rural, low-income communities and that socioeconomic status, not race, is the key indicator for dropping out of school.
They determined that some students may encounter CAFO-associated exposures at school and also found that students of color and of low socioeconomic status were the most likely to be affected.
So he's getting about the best public school experience that socioeconomic status can buy.