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Flash

Value of a security displayed, or flashed across the tape, when the tape display cannot keep up with volume on an exchange and lags the current price by more than approximately five minutes.

Flash

When the tape is late by more than five minutes, the current price of a security that periodically displays, or "flashes," on the ticker. This interrupts the delayed prices and keeps investors abreast of where the current price is even if they do not know how it arrived there. The flash price displays every five or 10 minutes.
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Channon is desperate to run Flashy Wings but the prevailing soft ground at the Curragh means her participation is in some doubt.
Boylesports Irish 1000 Guineas betting: Cashmans: 4-1 Confidential Lady, Aidan O'Brien Stable, Nasheej, 9-2 Short Dance, 14-1 Wake Up Maggie, Nightime, 16-1 Dont Dili Dali, Ugo Fire, 20-1 Modeeroch 25-1 Abigail Pett, Polished Gem, 33-1 Sandie, Talwin, 50-1 Sharapova, Dizzy Dreamer, 66-1 Ardbrae Lady, 100-1 Gist, SP doubtful runner Flashy Wings.
Her trainer then went for an easy pay day in the Watership Down Stud Sales Race at Newbury, where Flashy Wings was sent off at 4-9 and looked the winner when hitting the front two from home.
Flashy Wings was following the precise path trod by both those fillies, having won the Queen Mary Stakes at the Royal meeting en-route to victory here.
Bring out your inner J Lo and bat fake silver lashes under a flashy fedora ($50) by Goorin Bros.
The July issue of VIBE magazine introduces readers to "homo thugs"--young black and Latino men who don tough, hip-hop-style baggy clothing, work boots and flashy jewelry and.
ANOTHER big, flashy role for Nicolas Cage in a big, flashy movie from Brian De Palma.
We want our players to execute the fundamentals the way they have been taught, meaning nothing flashy, no frills, and no deviations, such as rushing, extra steps, and the omission of the "little things" (balance, crow-hop, etc.
Tom Taaffe's decision to give Cheltenham a miss with Flashy Lad should pay dividends in the Silchester Handicap Chase at Leopardstown today.
During any given session, she wears flashy designer gowns (as do the medical personnel), reads aloud from texts (heady things like books by French philosopher Michel Serres), and hams it up for the cameras with props ranging from bunches of grapes to a devil's skull and pitchfork.
Washington, June 17 (ANI): Just as peacocks flaunt their tails before potential mates, men flaunt flashy products like a Porsche, to charm potential dates and have uncommitted romantic flings.
THERE was drama in the 2m3f chase at Taunton when Flashy Conquest (traded at 100) benefited from some dodgy jumping by hus rivals to score.