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  • A green carpet reception followed the panel along with the traditional end-of-day poolside reception.

    Julie Spira: Getting Social at Digital Hollywood

  • He's got until Tuesday end-of-day to get it done (this is after he blew it last week, mind you, so it's ending up 4 days instead of 2), and he's going to discover that he gets no screen time until it's done tomorrow ... which will be most of the day, since he's done so little.

    Hobbies and Responsibilities

  • The odd pensioner is walking home, along roads hardly troubled by end-of-day traffic.

    Quiet epitaph to industry: a typical East German town

  • Way adds, "Recommendations like these are closed out at the first end-of-day instance at or above the upside target (or 63 market days) after a buy date, and the capital is available for reallocation into the most promising alternative at the time of closeout."

    Guru Hints For Trading On Trends

  • FERC said he did this with the aim of profiting from lower end-of-day prices, which would drive up price of gas-related derivatives he owned.

    FERC Fines Former Trader $30 Million for Manipulating Gas Markets

  • Futures got an end-of-day boost after the Federal Reserve released minutes from its latest policy meeting, in which some officials suggested the central bank should pursue another round of monetary stimulus if economic growth falters.

    Oil Prices Rebound

  • Under his concept, investors would buy ETF shares based on end-of-day net-asset-value prices, instead of the current system, which uses market prices during the trading day.

    Active, but Not Getting Very Far

  • Finally, from the perspective of fund managers, active ETFs have a possible weakness that mutual funds don't—end-of-day transparency, which carries the risk that unscrupulous traders will take advantage.

    Active, but Not Getting Very Far

  • Your adviser may also be switching to ETFs in order to buy and sell at any point in the trading day; by contrast, conventional funds trade once daily based on the end-of-day value of their assets.

    When Your Adviser Is an ETF Newbie

  • After all, orders are executed based on end-of-day price calculations of the per-share value of the fund's holdings.

    Apps to Trade on the Go

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