Stock Quote


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Stock Quote

The highest price a potential buyer is willing to pay for a stock and the lowest price a potential seller is willing to receive. This is similar to the bid-ask spread, but the stock quote refers to the prices themselves, rather than the difference between them.
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Or take MSN's new Smart watch, which gives users access to stock quotes, news, games, and Outlook planner information.
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This is my favorite Web site, which I go to for stock quotes and maps.
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IDC believes around half of cellular users by 2004, nearly 72 million across the region, will be turning to their phones for rudimentary Internet content, including driving directions, stock quotes and email.
That's more than have shopped, looked up stock quotes, or checked sports scores!
Nuance makes voice-recognition telecommunications products that let customers check voice messages, stock quotes or airline schedules without using a dial pad.
Factiva Publisher offers a global content set of nearly 5,000 external information sources, including The Wall Street Journal, and Dow Jones and Reuters news wires, as well as other content published in 12 different languages and stock quotes from 10 exchanges around the world.
The Waltham, Mass., company says PiranhaWeb is built for professionals who search, screen and extract information from multiple databases -- information ranging from company financials and earnings estimates to stock quotes and other real-time market data.
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