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Stock Quote

The highest price a potential buyer is willing to pay for a stock and the lowest price a potential seller is willing to receive. This is similar to the bid-ask spread, but the stock quote refers to the prices themselves, rather than the difference between them.
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The following list, in alphabetical order, contains some keys sites with informations investors -- and the CPAs who work with them -- should know about: newsletters from analysts, corporate directories, stock quotes and general financial news.
Many of the sites offer perks you won't find in the magazines - things like stock quotes, links to other investment sites and breaks on subscriptions to the hard-copy versions.
Investors Get Instant Access to Stock Quotes in Microsoft Excel While Software Developers Get Real-Time APIs
Critics call it the biggest corporate giveaway of the century: broadcasters getting television channels worth billions of dollars - not just for the upcoming digital TV, but also possibly to sell new products such as stock quotes or all-sports channels.
Users can access the latest news from the New York Times, Reuters, CNN and other new sources, as well as up-to-the-minute stock quotes and market statistics.
CHARLES SCHWAB provides a free service for stock quotes and stock market charts.
The new site features include live streaming stock quotes that update automatically, without requiring a manual browser refresh.
Once connected, an investor can then retrieve stock quotes and company information and even place buy-and-sell orders-- with no need for an intermediary Internet provider connection, such as CompuServe or America Online.
His Charles Schwab account includes Tele-Broker, a service that allows him to check stock quotes and trade stocks via an 800 number, and Schwab's StreetSmart software for conducting trades online For other online transactions, Hureston uses Prodigy's PC Financial Network (PCFN), which allows him to buy and sell stock.
Nuance speech-enables advanced smartphone features in the BlackBerry Pearl such as creating calendar entries, dialing a contact, playing music, obtaining driving directions, and searching the Web for business listings, news, weather, stock quotes, sport scores and more.
TELUS Mobile Search, powered by Medio Systems and available for free to TELUS clients with Internet capable mobile phones, allows users to search and access downloadable music, ringtones, wallpapers and games, flight information, news, sports scores, lottery results, stock quotes, weather, product ratings and price points, and other valuable information.