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Russian Trading System (RTS)

An electronic system in Russia, like the Nasdaq system on which the majority of Russian equities trading is conducted.

RTS

An electronic stock market in Russia. It was established in 1995 and was modeled on NASDAQ. Its securities experienced an extraordinary amount of growth in the early 2000s. See also: RTS Index.
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Perhaps those who conformed to the greeting behavior of handshaking were perceived more favorably, and this influenced compliance with the request.
A modem cable has the wires in the cable going straight through, whereas a null modem cable has the transmit and receive lines (as well as the handshaking lines) crossed in the cable.
As it was then, it is now, we are still a handshaking culture.
"Not singing and dancing, more handshaking, where you go and meet everyone.
elections drawing near, politicians across the nation are stumping--traveling through their home districts campaigning, making speeches, and doing a lot of handshaking. Throughout last summer, plastics companies in each of SPI's regions took advantage of the campaigning to invite congressional representatives into their facilities.
Netli offers a system of speeding up the delivery of web traffic by proxying for HTTP traffic near both source and destination during a transaction, and passing data between the two points using a proprietary protocol that requires less handshaking.
Nevertheless, handshaking is considered polite and usually welcome.
Their lives consist of ribbon cutting, trips abroad, handshaking and blood sports.
While individual signals were often used for handshaking and signaling special events on Parallel ATA and SCSI, on the new serial busses it is the 'primitives' that perform the handshaking and event signaling.
"There will be a lot of handshaking going on in trying to bring some of these people and investment to Northern Ontario.
Developing the complex handshaking necessary to ensure that the feeder stopped vibrating before the placer picked off a component, and that a component was always available when the placer was ready to make its pick, required a similar symbiosis between the engineers at USVibra and the engineers at Panasonic Factory Automation in Elgin, Ill.
"I'm thrilled to bits, he's a lovely horse and I'm so pleased for the owners and everyone in the yard - we've had a great season," said Cox, whose palm will be blistered when he wakes up this morning after all the handshaking that went on.