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newsprint

[′nüz‚print]
(materials)
The paper used in the publication of newspapers; an impermanent material made from mechanical wood pulp, with some chemical wood pulp.
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The name used in newspaper stock tables is still Alcoa, but the listing changes places alphabetically in The Associated Press tables, which are alphabetized by full corporate name.
Index -- a market basket of newspaper stocks that have been tracked for a decade -- will probably close within a percentage point or two of where it stood at the end of 2009.
NYSE: AEP) has changed its listing in most of the nation's newspaper stock tables to AEP from AEIPw.
Re-jiggering of debt, the re-purchase of shares, good (and bad) recommendations from credit and stock analysts all fought a tug-of-war last week on newspaper stock prices, with the result being an essentially flat NewsInc.
Star Multi Care Services will be included in the NM newspaper stock table representing the most active and prominent Nasdaq securities.
The newspaper stock price depression came from three basic factors: the on-going ad recession, plummeting circulation figures and an overall depressed stock market (the S&P500 was also at its lowest point on March 6: it stood at $683.
Christian, who has been writing and coordinating Franklin's annual report production since 1987, also pointed out that the sports tabloid format, printed on newspaper stock, trimmed approximately $20,000 off production costs.
OIA also will be included in the newspaper stock table, which shows high, low and closing prices for NASDAQ securities.
In addition, newspaper stock tables, such as the Wall Street Journal, which show all trading activity for NASDAQ-NMS stocks, will now include S&T Bancorp.
It is anticipated that most newspaper stock listings will designate the stock as NatnsBk.
In addition, In Home Health, which specializes in high-quality health services to clients in their own homes, will be included in the NASDAQ/NMS newspaper stock tables which will show high, low and closing prices.