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Look

Used for listed equity securities. See: Picture.

Look

1. In equities, the price at which a dealer or broker is willing to buy or sell a security. See also: Bid-ask spread.

2. See: Quote.

look

A price and size quotation for a security. For example, a floor broker may ask for a look at General Motors.
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I used to look round and think `why are we bottom of the table if this lot are as good as they think they are?
SEAMUS CAHILL gave many of his Betfair Trainers' Championship probables a look round host track Sheffield in trials after the Bags fixture there yesterday and afterwards expressed himself pleased with the outcome.
30pm and 8pm on the first Tuesday of each month for people to look round the building or at the photographs, books, maps and archives in the society's collection.
Passenger Arnold Hilton, of Deighton, said: "As an 81-year-old suffering with Parkinson's Disease I am able to board FreeTownBus in the bus station, ride to Queensgate, look round the market, then ride to Kingsgate look round, then ride to the open market, then ride to Market Street to catch the bus home.
Andrew Balding cantered his Vodafone Oaks hope Casual Look round Epsom's unique undulations and declared himself happy with her progress in the build-up to tomorrow week's Classic.
AN EX-SERVICES care home near Southam is inviting potential new residents to have a look round.
However Mols' decision to come over to Yorkshire to discuss terms and look round Hillsborough is seen as a likely clincher for Wednesday.
I'll give him a look round Nottingham with the National Sprint in mind.
Managers said everyone was welcome to have a look round the building which will cater for children aged nought to five.
00 and besides the chance to look round the new facilities, there will also be special events to join in with.
30 to 3pm, visitors are invited to have a look round and meet fruit expert Geoff Croft.
Take a good look round and don't be afraid to lift up carpets and look behind cupboards for signs of faulty floors, walls or damp.