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T

Fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock symbol indicating that the stock has warrants or rights.

T

A symbol appearing next to a stock listed on NASDAQ indicating that the stock is not common issue, but has a warrant attached to it. All NASDAQ listings use a four letter abbreviation; if a T follows the abbreviation, this indicates that the security being traded has a warrant attached.

t

1. Used in the dividend column of stock transaction tables in newspapers to indicate the market value as of the distribution date of stock dividends paid during the preceding 12 months. Stocks with this listing paid no cash dividends: Jetron .71t.
2. Used in bond transaction tables in newspapers to indicate a floating-rate bond or note: Amoco 8.05s89t.
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