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ASE

(Adaptive Server Enterprise) A relational DBMS from Sybase that runs on Windows, Linux and a variety of Unix platforms. ASE is a comprehensive and robust data management product with a long history dating back to the late 1980s. It evolved from Sybase's SQL Server which was sold under the Sybase name and also licensed to Microsoft. See SQL Server.
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Securities Cases Archive and SEC Docket ($6106); American Stock Exchange Guide ($470); NSRB Manual ($345); NASD Manual ($445); New York Stock F.
Going on the American Stock Exchange "gave us some proper discipline about profit margins," Katharine Graham writes, "although I worry about the over-emphasis at times on the price of the stock."
As the American Stock Exchange went into freefall again last night just after the London markets closed, analysts were predicting further falls are in store.
exchanges such as the New York Stock Exchange, American Stock Exchange, and NASDAQ.
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