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Used for listed equity securities. See: Picture.

Look

1. In equities, the price at which a dealer or broker is willing to buy or sell a security. See also: Bid-ask spread.

2. See: Quote.

look

A price and size quotation for a security. For example, a floor broker may ask for a look at General Motors.
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During opening hours, anyone is welcome to visit the lookout to learn more about the scheme.
Lookout observers will now be able to fully perform their critical roles.
He said: "Unfortunately once police and emergency services arrived they discovered a lady in her early 30s and a child at the bottom of Robertson Lookout.
class="es-text-centerSource: SITATerchova's HeartOne of the most architectonically interesting lookout towers is Terchova's Heart on Oblaz hill in Terchova village.
Andrews, EMEA partner director at Lookout, said enterprises
Its main hubs are the Thunder Bay International Airport and the Sioux Lookout Airport.
Addressing a press conference here, Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala asked, "Who nudged the CBI to change the 'Lookout Notice to detain Vijay Mallya' in view of the overwhelming evidence that was stated in FIR and recovered by CBI in the raids dated October 10, 2015?
Hikers heading to Hidden Lake Lookout (fs.usda.gov) should pack lots of water and sunscreen, as well as crampons, a helmet, and an ice axe if you're there early in the season.
"When we managed to bring the lookout tower back into use we made an appeal for volunteers to help us, expecting maybe one or two", he said.
The office said ticket requests will be accepted at 13 locations around Taiwan, and the 1,000 tickets for the lookout platform will be available in the first stage, and after that 2,000 tickets for the general admission will be available for the second stage.
While it's far from unheard of for a compromised SDK to make its way into the Google Play Store and allow a threat actor to compromise a user's phone, Lookout noted the attack using Igexin is unique because those malicious SDKs are usually installed in apps created by the attackers themselves.
But in the background, according to Lookout, the apps are able to hijack a variety of basic phone functions.