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big board

n. the New York Stock Exchange. (Securities markets.) On the big board, stocks were down again today, bringing the loss this week on the Dow to nearly 175 points.
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Now we take that know-how and move it from big boards to small boards and back again.
Authentic graphics, stages, Big Board, and other game elements combined with familiar music and sound effects to create a true-to-show game experience.
In addition to market capitalization benchmarks, shares exchanged on the Big Board must trade above $1 over a consecutive 30-day period.
The Big Board has estimated the amount of improper trading by the specialists at pounds 84 million, and is seeking fines in that amount from the specialists.
It is high time the NYSE's board members acknowledge that they, and not the CEO, are ultimately responsible for proper governance of the Big Board.
Big Board provides an airport-style monitor of the status of OR activity.
ISLAMABAD -- National Accountability Bureau, Rawalpindi on Tuesday arrested an absconder Abbas Haider Naqvi, Chief Executive M/s Big Board Advisory Service (Pvt.
McClatchy said it had been notified on April 14 by the NYSE that it was not in compliance with listing standards since its market capitalization for 30 consecutive days was below the Big Board minimum of $75 million.
Did anyone stop to analyze what might have happened to the Big Board if Grasso had played technology the wrong way, or if he had failed to lead a rebound from the devastation of the terrorist attacks?
Larson figured out which tiles on the Big Board never bankrupted anyone; his hand-eye coordination carried the day.
NEC has said it hopes to be listed on the Big Board by March 2003.
New Orleans-based Doley Securities shells out $90,000 to be the third minority on the NYSE's Big Board.
which have sunk some 88% in price in the past year -- have been hammered down repeated in recent days, and on Monday hit a new all-time low that raises concern the stock may face the listing sanctions that have already kicked three newspaper companies off the Big Board.
Through 2000, the Big Board has spent S2 billion on technology, with similar spending levels likely to occur during the years ahead.
As part of its long-term objectives, and to heighten both its profile and its multiples, the company timed its Big Board listing to coincide with an aggressive search for mergers and acquisitions opportunities in the U.