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Big Figure

The whole dollar amount of a quote. For example, if a security is trading at $26.45, its big figure is 26. Many traders do not include the big figure when providing quotes, especially for highly liquid assets like currencies, because they assume other traders already know them. The big figure is also called a handle, especially in the United States.
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A spokesman for TDI said: "The bus ads will maintain the NSPCC's high awareness levels created by the original Full Stop campaign.
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Would you, through your newspaper, be kind enough to convey my heartfelt thanks to Yvonne and Michael Rhodes, who kindly requested that The News of The World Newspaper donate an interview fee of pounds 750 to Full Stop 2 Bullying?
I quickly called JayJay 3 on the VHF radio and told him to pick up the Rambo flight and pitch behind them for a full stop.
These first responders risk exposure to serious disease, and the employers may risk OSHA violations and lawsuits if they fail to consider protective measures such as Repro-Med's Full Stop Protection for Res-Q-Vac.
Double-checking our clearance to land, we made an uneventful full stop.
My wife and Rachel Hood have a horse together called Full Stop named after the appeal, and myself, being a parent, I believe it's important that the charity had full support in our region and that we can raise as much money as we can.
It's not going to happen - full stop," he declared sternly.
Join me and choose to Be The Full Stop with the NSPCC.
There will also be other events in your area where NSPCC supporters can help you decide how best to help children in need, while taking the opportunity to have your photo added to a Full Stop gallery on www.
com your name is added to a map which shows people across the country coming together to bring child cruelty to a Full Stop.
That is why today the Examiner, as part of the Trinity Mirror Group, is backing the NSPCC's Full Stop campaign which aims to recruit 1.