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C

Fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock descriptor specifying that issue is exempt from Nasdaq listing requirements for a temporary period.

C

1. A symbol appearing next to a stock listed on NASDAQ indicating that the stock is temporarily exempt from listing requirement. All NASDAQ listings use a four-letter abbreviation; if a "C" follows the abbreviation, it indicates that the security being traded is currently exempt.

2. In money market mutual funds, a symbol indicating that the fund is exempt from federal income taxes.

3. In dividends, a symbol, which appears mainly in newspapers, that the dividend is liquidating.

c

1. Used in the dividend column of stock transaction tables of newspapers to indicate that the listed dividend is a liquidating dividend: City Inv 7.50c.
2. Used in money market mutual fund transaction tables in newspapers to indicate funds that are chiefly or wholly exempt from federal income taxes: Fld Tax Exmpt c.
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The state has enacted the nation's toughest tailpipe standards, and the AQMD required factories and stationary sources of pollution to cut carbon monoxide emissions.
One of the most difficult and unresolved questions concerns how credits for carbon sinks will be traded among parties to the protocol.
It's all still a matter of guesswork, but Pruett hopes some institution will eventually dole out credits to his Dallas-based utility for all that processed carbon dioxide.
A large obstacle, of course, is measuring the amount of carbon that can be locked in the fields, which would be an essential component of a carbon trading system, says Jerry Schnoor of the Iowa-based Center for Global and Regional Environmental Research (CGRER).
The proposed facility will be built adjacent to Cytec's existing Greenville carbon fiber plant and will leverage the surrounding developed land, rail access and some of the current infrastructure," said Cytec Engineered Materials' President Steve Speak.
People burning fossil fuels release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.
Carbon black pre-weighs are said to lower costs, improve accuracy, eliminate paper bags and help attain cleaner facilities, according to the literature.
Finally realizing decades-old predictions, there is now a developing trend toward replacing glass-fiber automotive composites with lighter carbon fiber.
Once the smog-choked region cleans up carbon monoxide, it still faces tough battles over ozone and particulate matter.
This increasing carbon dioxide is already changing our world.
The paper described the lustrous carbon effects from additives such as seacoal, wood flour, peat, brown coal and synthetic resins and discussed the use of poor and rich hydrocarbon materials and their technological effects.