XRT


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XRT

An abbreviation on a ticker tape indicating the sale of a share without any rights attached to it. That is, any rights that may be attached to the share remain with the seller. XRT is an abbreviation of ex-rights. See also: Rights Offering, Ex-Dividend.

XRT

Used on the consolidated tape to indicate a stock that is trading ex-rights: GY.XRT 16.
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fully automated with XRT and X-ray concentrate containing all diamonds
The SEC's Division of Enforcement alleges that by virtue of his position on Goldman's ETF desk, Spencer Mindlin knew Goldman's current nonpublic position in the XRT and Goldman's nonpublic plans to trade large amounts of securities underlying the XRT in order to hedge its position in the XRT.
However, such a study is not practical because the standard of care dictates that DCIS treated with breast-conserving surgery be followed by XRT.
There is a definite role for XRT, especially to control bone pain in patients with large bony masses.
Possible goals for XRT are curing the patient of cancer, decreasing the size of the tumor, minimizing the risk of metastasis, and palliation.
This is the same price Sage Group paid per share to obtain a 70% majority holding in XRT.
Winner of the International CES Innovations 2007 Design and Engineering Award and winner of Electronic Products Magazine Product of the Year, the XRT and N-Gen fuel cell products provide essential alternative clean power for a variety of power-hungry applications when the grid is either unavailable or unreliable.
The Hammerhead XRT is the latest edition to WalkAbout's expanding line of rugged Tablet PCs and docking stations.
Salvage mediastinal XRT of 45 Gy TD/25 fx further reduced the mass to 7.
Researchers reported this week at the American Society of Breast Surgeons (ASBrS) Annual Meeting that utilizing radiofrequency-generated heat to create an added disease-free zone around the tumor cavity is at least as effective in preventing local tumor recurrence as XRT following surgery.
The Swift XRT team expects 2014 to be a banner year for the campaign.
This long-term program has reaped many scientific rewards, and due to a combination of the spacecraft's flexibility and the sensitivity of its XRT, Swift is the only satellite that can carry out such a campaign," said Neil Gehrels, the mission's principal investigator at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md.