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A quote for the price of a security in which the price is subject to change. Market makers occasionally make FYI quotes for valuation purposes only. It may also refer to a quote that is not an offer, but simply supplied for informational purposes.
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What China is teaching us is that the Western economic model--the fossil fuel-based, automobile-centered, throwaway economy--is not going to work in Asia, or anywhere else where poor populations are striving for the American Dream.
The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention found that 71% of runaway and throwaway youth are "endangered," meaning they are more likely to have put themselves in dangerous situations, such as being substance dependent and hanging out in areas where criminal activity occurs.
What it comes down to is this: if that runaway or throwaway kid you see on the corner has a sullen look on his or her face, he or she probably earned it the hard way.
Runaway and throwaway young people sometimes turn to illegal and dangerous activities to survive.
Absent attention and care, runaway and throwaway kids will exact a heavy price on society.
There is an old saying that the more you know, the more you realize how much you don't know, and a similar truism applies to this nation's efforts to address the needs of runaway, throwaway, and homeless youth.