ticker

(redirected from tickers)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Financial.

ticker

1. n. a heart. His ticker finally gave out.
2. n. a watch. My ticker stopped. The battery must be dead.
References in periodicals archive ?
Programmed using Sun's Java technology, the Stock and News Ticker products utilize Java Applets to constantly update and display stock quotes and news throughout the day.
Clients have the ability to customize the Stock Ticker to display the stocks, bond yields, mutual funds, and indices of their choice.
This process automatically tags each transcript with key company names and tickers, notable executives and government officials, as well as categorizes each story across multiple topics using a high-precision, relevance-based processing engine.
Newstex processes blogs in real-time through its NewsRouter technology to automatically tag each blog post with key data such as company names, stock tickers, key executives and government officials, and detailed topical categories for distribution to downstream enterprise customers to ensure greater exposure and reach for this valuable content.
Newstex collects full-text digital news and commentary feeds, standardizes the content format, adds stock ticker symbols, people tickers and categories, and instantly delivers the result as easy-to-integrate XML or RSS newsfeeds.
Investors now have the ability to store a database of tickers with real-time data on their hard drives.
Users can track dozens of tickers in multiple quote screens with buy/sell rules color-coded for every ticker.
TTI's News Tickers are programmed using applets based on Java technology from Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Enhancing publisher content by adding tickers is a key COMTEX value-add that over 1100 customers depend on for effective access to targeted content.
com offers real time data, customized charts, portfolios, and stock tickers, as well as company news, e-alerts with breaking information, and top quality investing tools and analyses.
com search engine automatically matches related tickers from over 200 exchanges worldwide so that investment professionals can use their symbol of choice to search for all relevant research available on that particular company.