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Archipelago Exchange

A former electronic communications network that facilitated over-the-counter trading by sending buy or sell orders to the appropriate specialist on the floor of a stock exchange, bypassing the floor broker. It merged with the New York Stock Exchange in 2006 to form NYSE Arca.

Archipelago

An electronic communications network formed in 1996 as one of the four original ECNs approved by the SEC. The network offers what is essentially a national and visible limit order book for stocks. In 2001 Archipelago received SEC approval to launch Archipelago Exchange (ArcaEx), an electronic stock market for New York Stock Exchange, American Stock Exchange, and Nasdaq securities. ArcaEx is operated as a regulated facility of the Pacific Exchange.
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Examination of the population structure of Tridacna noae within the Kavieng lagoonal system indicated that environmental variables associated with low exposure sites and/or inner island chain reefs are unfavorable for establishment or maintenance of T.
Japan claimed the island chain as official Japanese territory in 1895.
Bellow made the comments during a visit by lawmakers, businessmen and reporters to the island chain on Wednesday.
"I don't think there is any correlation between this issue and the problem surrounding the Senkaku islands", referring to the island chain called Diaoyu by China.
So norms have been followed while building the infrastructure for the command on those islands." The Andaman and Nicobar command came into being in 2001, an attestation of the strategic importance of the island chain in the Indian Ocean.
PO Elgammal said information from survivors indicates that between 160 and 200 people were on board when the vessel capsized near the island chain.
Googling a runner The Outer Hebrides 5.45 Yarmouth The Outer Hebrides comprise an island chain off the west coast of Scotland.
Sarychev is on Matua Island, part of the Kuril Island chain north of Japan, and has been erupting steadily since June 12.
The islands are scarcely populated, but the United Nations last year said the pristine environment of the Pacific island chain was in danger due to booming tourism.
"Cash accounting is too poor a system to deliver that quality of information." This sun-soaked island chain is a thriving offshore financial center and enjoys one of the world's highest per-capita gross domestic products.
The Queen Charlotte Island chain also grows some of the biggest black bears in North America, making this a first-rate destination for bowhunters seeking record-book bears.
While across the Grenadine Island chain, the impact of this type of tourism is even more extreme, with Canauon, Mustique and Palm Island possessing very few indigenous buildings, as whole islands are leased to developers.