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CLS

CLS

Abbr. for “Canadian lumber sizes.”

Cls

(1) (CLS) (Common Language Specification) The structure and syntax of .NET and CLI programming languages. See .NET Framework.

(2) (CLear Screen) A DOS/Windows internal command that clears the screen. Cls takes no parameters. To clear the screen, enter:
cls
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Owned by the foreign exchange community, CLS delivers greater operational efficiency when settling payment instructions related to trades executed in six traded financial instruments and in 17 major currencies (US Dollar, euro, UK Pound, Japanese Yen, Swiss Franc, Canadian Dollar, Australian Dollar, Swedish Krona, Danish Krone, Norwegian Krone, Singapore Dollar, Hong Kong Dollar, New Zealand Dollar, Korean Won, South African Rand, Israeli Shekel and Mexican Peso).
As one of the largest active third-party money managers in the United States, CLS works with more than 1,500 financial advisors to manage their 40,000 individual clients' portfolios.
The CLS service is offered by CLS Bank International ("CLS Bank"), and is supported by 70 of the world's largest global financial institutions who are shareholders of CLS Group, the holding company of CLS Bank.
CLS Bank International is an integral part of the foreign exchange market, settling more than 400,000 instructions equivalent to approximately $4 trillion each day.
CLS Communication is an international provider of multilingual communications and technology services, primarily in the fields of finance and life science.
Some CLS services are free, others have to be charged for.
The future of the CLS profession and CLS university programs is in the hands of CLS professionals, faculty, and students.
Doris Albisser, CEO of CLS: "With Zurmont Madison we have found a shareholder that fits well with CLS and is committed to long-term success.
The new CLS Shooting Brake is to be launched in 2013.
While there is risk in money market funds, it is different from the risk that the other AdvisorOne funds are exposed to," said Todd Clarke, President of CLS.
Lloyds Bank Corporate Markets, a division of UK's Lloyds Banking Group Plc (LSE: LLOY) (NYSE: LYG), has become a new settlement member of currency settlement network operator CLS Group Holdings AG.
The public were delighted, the competition astounded and a style icon was born: for years the CLS has endured as the only four-door coup in its class, and since October 2004 it has been the car of choice for around 170,000 buyers worldwide.