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F

Fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock symbol specifying that the issue is a foreign company.

F

A symbol appearing next to a stock listed on NASDAQ indicating that the stock belongs to a foreign company. All NASDAQ listings use a four-letter abbreviation; if an F follows the abbreviation, this indicates that the security being traded represents a foreign company.

f

1. Used in bond transaction tables in newspapers to indicate a bond that trades flat: Datpnt 8 7/8 06f.
2. Used in mutual fund transaction tables in newspapers to indicate that the price quotation is derived from the previous day's trading: Gro Inc f.
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Peter Faraday flying the drone at Shotton surface mine
Once, John had attempted to destroy the contentious clock and two vases, but Mrs Faraday said that she had physically prevented him, but denied kicking him.
For Faraday, the shift in plans for one of its flagship initiatives is a significant step back for the company.
The Faraday Future FF91 will be vying for production value alongside the Teslas, Googles and Apples of the world, and that task is understandably steep.
Many faraday bags exist in the market, but not all perform equally.
A Northumbria Police spokesman said: "At 3.21pm on Friday police received a report from the ambulance service that a man had died inside an address on Faraday Grove in Bensham.
Residents on Faraday Grove and Rayleigh Grove in Bensham arrived home from work to find a hive of police activity in the area.
Faraday Technology Corporation (TWSE: 3035), a fabless ASIC/SoC and IP provider, has launched a complete set of cell libraries and memory compilers for UMC's 28nm HPC (High Performance Compact) process.
It is the brainchild of California-based car maker Faraday Future who confirmed there are currently no plans to place the ZERO on sale, but wanted to create a "car of concepts".
Bin Chen, who works at the university's Research Computing Center, describes the yet-to-be-observed effect in the paper "Probing the Gravitational Faraday Rotation Using Quasar X-ray Microlensing," published today in the journal Scientific Reports.
Students from Ulverston Victoria High School in Cumbria have won the Institution of Engineering and Technology's (IET) national Faraday engineering challenge, securing 1000 [pounds sterling] for their school.