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The whole dollar amount of a quote. For example, if a security is trading at $26.45, its big figure is 26. Many traders do not include the big figure when providing quotes, especially for highly liquid assets like currencies, because they assume other traders already know them. The big figure is also called a handle, especially in the United States.
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Healy spent his entire playing career in the full-time game, while Fenlon managed Hibernian in the SPFL and a number of full-time clubs in the League of Ireland.
Bahrain - Higher salary level abroad: 65% - Satisfaction with career prospects: 65% - Weekly full-time working hours: 40.9 h
Initial feedback of the new mobile Full-Time has been fantastic - and it's hoped that now the platform is live many others will enjoy the ability to access grassroots information on their mobile devices, with the 'Fixtures' page an element that has been singled out as having improved massively.
States also incentivize students to attempt a full-time course load.
Similarly, working with 2012-2013 graduating business student data, Blau, Snell, Campbell, Viswanathan, Aaronson and Karnik (2014) found that engaging in professional development activities had a significant positive correlation to obtaining a full-time job consistent with one's major ([r.bar] = .16, [p.bar] < .01) but not to obtaining a full-time job of any sort ([r.bar] = .10, [p.bar] > .05).
Matthew's; Full-time three-point charge; Interim Moderator Rev.
Welch, in his statement, said the ASU System "has focused on making full-time faculty salaries competitive to Southern Regional Education Board averages, and we have made great strides."
The regulations provide two methods for determining whether an employee has sufficient weekly or monthly hours of service to be considered a full-time employee.
The rise in self-employment is caused by, in part, those not finding full-time work in bogus self-employment, pushed by companies seeking to evade taxes and work rights, holiday pay, sick pay, pensions and employment protections.
However, despite recent economic growth, the number of part-time employees across the UK who say they want full-time hours - a whopping 1.3m people - is still double what it was before the recession.
The 40-hour workweek is widely regarded as the standard for full-time employment, and many federal employment laws -- including the Affordable Care Act, or "Obamacare" -- use this threshold to define what a full-time employee is.
Republicans, backed by the Chamber of Commerce and other business groups, said the change would restore the traditional definition of full-time work while providing needed relief to businesses that are struggling with increased costs from the health care law.