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Listed

Describing a security or derivative that is traded on an exchange. It contrasts with the term "over-the-counter."

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To admit a security for trading on an organized exchange. In order to be listed, the security and the issuer must meet certain minimal standards established by the exchange. These standards may relate to assets, earnings, market value, and stock voting rights. Compare delist. See also Form S-1.
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Listers runs an extensive portfolio of franchises, including BMW, Land Rover, Jaguar, SEAT, Audi, Honda, Toyota, Lexus, Mercedes and Volkswagen.
Now, thanks to National Lottery players and Heritage Lottery Fund, Lister Steps are able to continue carrying out that vision.
nightmare Following the hearing, neighbourhood sergeant Warren Sturrock said: "Scott Lister made the lives of residents of Pacha Way and the Staiths a living nightmare.
to prison it Lister claimed that she had needed the money to pay for her disabled daughter's care, and in his victims personal statement company managing director Paul Holden described how he had been "devastated" by her offending.
For a start, the Lister CS is cheaper to run than a chain saw, and I feel that being stationary, it is safer and nicer to use than a chain saw.
The August 2013 dog is to be operated on by leading vet Daniel Doherty with Lister hopeful he will be able to enjoy a stud career.
Lister will report to Securis Chief Operating Officer Vegard Nilsen.
Now, Lister wants to launch a new, highly sophisticated hypercar that will return Lister to the leading edge of low-volume sports car manufacturing in the UK as well as Asia and North America.
Stewart Greacen headed home an equaliser for the Warriors seconds after Lister had an effort blocked by keeper Chris Smith at the other end.
During World War II, Petty Officer 2nd Class Gene Lister served in the U.
Double Negative consists of three connected novellas that follow Lister from a spoiled college dropout to a middle-aged, prominent fashion photographer.
SKINNY Lister are not your average, modern day, gentrified English folk group.