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  • While the base metals complex remains extremely choppy, some traders said they are expecting near-term low-volume buying activity both from Chinese consumers and speculators across Asia.

    Gold Hits Another Record

  • "It's a low-volume day with just the skeleton crews around, so small moves are accentuated," said Robert Pavlik, chief market strategist at asset-management company Banyan Partners.

    S&P 500 Back to Loss for '11

  • These low-volume variations of modern muscle cars have a shot at becoming collectors' items in 30 years, just as their 1960s and 1970s originals are today.

    Muscle Cars, No Midlife Crisis Required

  • The cutoff would mainly benefit low-volume luxury car brands such as Jaguar.

    Emissions Plan Jolts Auto Firms

  • The JV company, Granules-Omnichem Pvt. Ltd, will construct a $20 million production facility in the Jawaharlal Nehru Pharma City special economic zone in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, to initially manufacture high-value and low-volume products, executives from the two companies said at a press conference in Hyderabad.

    Granules India Forms JV With Belgian Company For APIs

  • Most sales would be for new books at the high price, with low-volume books at the lower price (something, by the way, Amazon already does).

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Amazon and Macmillan

  • But generally that's only really an issue for low-volume sellers.

    msagara: Wherein Michelle is irritated

  • Fiat The 500 was always destined to be a low-volume, niche product that marketed itself up from below—virally, if you will, from street to street and from one sorority house to another.

    2012 Fiat 500C Cabrio Review

  • Now to return to the not-mattering part: The 500 was always destined to be a low-volume, niche product that marketed itself up from below—virally, if you will, from street to street and from one sorority house to another.

    The Fiat 500C Can't Fail

  • Toyota sees its new factory as a model for advanced low-volume, hyperefficient production.

    For Toyota, Patriotism and Profits May Not Mix

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