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Event

Information that can cause a security price to rise or fall. Examples of events include earnings reports, new regulations or even wider occurrences like elections. Events are particularly important in the efficient markets hypothesis.
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A slow, eventless play about two inarticulate women, one of them a murderer, struggling to re-establish a friendship forged in prison?
The first half was by far eventless, and Zamalek had several clear-cut opportunities that were all squandered.
beyond Danger Cave, beyond the atlatl, to the brink, going "back," of eventless time, which is simply time for which there is no tangible record, into which no, or almost no, data can be inserted, or only enough to ensure us that the Paiutes (say) were still there, as though we had any doubt .
Forty years ago I first linked up with Unguentine and we made love on twin-hulled catamarans, sails a-billow, bless the seas, but Unguentine--now dead after a bloody eventless life--turned out to be a ferocious bastard who beat me within an inch of my life everywhere we sighted land, not because of me, not for land, but for drink, he with his bent for alcohol up to the very last moment when his grey lips touched the blue sea for the final time, moment of his death.
In this respect, transnational private law exemplifies the concept of interlegality described by Boaventura de Sousa Santos as the "different legal spaces superimposed, interpenetrated and mixed in our minds, as much as in our actions, either on occasions of qualitative leaps or sweeping crises in our life trajectories, or in the dull routine of eventless everyday life.
But this silence, this fiction, this eventless event--which we might call literature--is what Derrida will have made possible.
Subjectivity uninterrupted by sleep is an Odysseus who never leaves home, an eventless epic; or it is a visual perspective into distance without a horizon, extended to the point of emptiness.
contrast, sluggish, virtually eventless and pitched in a tone of rather
It is a mark of how desperate their situation is, and how they have been forced to compromise their ambitions, that they were quite content to come out of Saturday's eventless and goalless draw at Mainz with a point that ensured that the Bundesliga's basement side remain just two points adrift of them.