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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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Dream: By now the fully-fledged bearer of the flame for the future of the Kennedy clan, John F Kennedy Junior cuts a dashing image with his sister Caroline (above) in May 1997 and earlier, with his mother Jackie Onassis in April 1986.
It will become a fully-fledged member of the WTO 30 days after the ratification date.
A fully-fledged British investment bank should not be held back by the vagaries of the UK's accounting practices.
FULLY-FLEDGED police officers and detectives catch more crooks than civilian staff, according to research published yesterday.
It's not as sexy as a fully-fledged electronic cooker but it is almost as cool.
THE STORY: Feared football hooligan Carlton Leach (Harnett) rises from club bouncer to a fully-fledged criminal with the Essex mobs.
DESPITE the success of his previous two Atlantic albums of film and show tunes, in the summer of 1966 Bobby Darin ditched his tuxedo image and for a while became a fully-fledged folk hero.
As a fully-fledged counsellor, you might expect him to be able to sort out his problems, but sadly, things have gotten on top of him lately, particularly following the break-up of his marriage to Leah and confusion about his feelings for ex-wife Amanda.
It will give them a thorough grounding in policing issues and the law so they will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to become fully-fledged officers.
Popping the final three fences, Mercer rode out his claim with victory here, but he'll certainly hold his own in the fully-fledged ranks.
But the movement's on-going insistence that it is also promoting a separate and distinct fully-fledged language is the weakest link in its argument.
Jonathan Jay, who learned his trade as assistant to Myriam Bollack-Badel in France and Dave Morris at Newmarket, saddled his first winner as a fully-fledged trainer when 20-1 chance Indian Warrior landed the Willie Carson - Pinker's Pond Apprentice Handicap at Catterick yesterday.