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D

Fifth letter of a NASDAQ stock symbol specifying that it is a new issue, such as the result of a reverse split.

D

1. A symbol appearing next to a stock listed on NASDAQ indicating that the stock is a new issue, especially the result of a reverse stock split. All NASDAQ listings use a four-letter abbreviation; if a "D" follows the abbreviation, this indicates that the security being traded is a new issue.

2. A symbol appearing on a stock transaction table meaning that the share price is a new 52-week low. It is especially used in newspapers.

d

Used in the daily or weekly low column of stock transaction tables in newspapers to indicate that the price of a security reached a new 52-week low: d16.
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Ironically, in many ways Dee was allowed to be more sexual in her films than was Monroe.
Dee knew that if Queen Elizabeth, Britons, and Europeans were to subscribe to his ideas he required substantial evidence to back up his claims.
After Dee indicates that she no longer bears the name of "Dee," Mama responds with," 'What happened to "Dee"?
Dee said: "She knows 'Sit', 'Lay down', 'Come here' and.
At the coffee hour after the service Dee would move among the ladies of the church watching her manners and observing theirs, welcomed and affirmed.
The company plans to maintain a separate Welsh licence for Dee Valley and, subject to regulatory approval, intends that the whole of Severn Trent's business in Wales will be regulated under Welsh government Policy.
This time, you know, because of the President's insistence, you will going to see retirement funded,' said Dee.
Pregnant Dee told how she feared for her life after being 'I choking my thought attacked on July 12 last year.
Dee Dee was also keen to helpprison-related organisation by donating a percentage of her income from the cards to help them do their work.
A former flatmate entered Sony Music's Darlinghurst headquarters and confronted Jay Dee over a personal issue.
Looking for a catchy name their first record label dubbed them Dick and Dee Dee (without securing her permission the author laments).
In the third essay of this section Jim Reed, a professional cryptographer, deciphers the mathematical structure of the "magical tables" of the Book of Soyga, a text treasured by Dee and recently discovered by Deborah Harkness.