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Used for listed equity securities. See: Picture.

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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.

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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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In addition to the day's signature scramble, festivities included lunch and buffet dinner; a live raffle with $12,500 in cash prizes and merchandise ranging from hotel stays and in-home wine parties, to restaurant and entertainment gift certificates; and a back-by-popular-demand Puppy Kissing Booth, featuring five of ALIVE Rescue's adoptable pups.
Alive Radio secretary Hugh Taylor told the Standard: "We're delighted to get the news that the licence has been picked up again and we're excited about what we can achieve going forward.
In a case of negligence, a doctor at the hospital declared the septuagenarian identified as Kashiram, hailing from Chhatarpur district as dead but he was found to be alive while being taken for a postmortem.
The suspect first subjected her wife to severe torture over Karo-Kari and later buried her alive.
"The sensuous and intelligent Catriona GrayEsquire Philippines' Sexiest Woman Alive 2019makes us believe that God is a woman," Esquire Philippines wrote.
Ralph Northam (D) explained in a radio interview program that an infant born alive during an abortion wouldn't necessarily be entitled to immediate treatment other than being made "comfortable." That would be up the mother and the abortionist!
Meanwhile, 95 percent of Filipinos say it is important that illegal drug trade suspects must be captured alive with only 5 percent said it is not important.
According to the (https://twitter.com/DOATEC_OFFICIAL/status/1083586801804013568) official "Dead or Alive 6" Twitter , the "Dead or Alive 6" demo will be up until Jan.
Oguntuase described the survivor's escape from death as miraculous, saying, 'One body and another person who was alive were brought out around 11.20pm yesterday (Monday).
They said Ishrat Bibi and Zeenat Bibi were busy digging soil for spreading on the rooftops of their houses which is usually done in villages before start of winter, when a heavy mass of soil fell, burying them alive.
Funded through the Welsh Government Tourism Product Innovation Fund (TPIF), this mythological creature and its clean seas message will be visiting another six locations across Wales as part of the Visit Wales Coasts Alive campaign: