ABAQ - What does ABAQ stand for? The Free Dictionary
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Price changes throughout the trading day are updated every 15 seconds and can be accessed using the symbol ABAQ
The journey from the bustling city of Garrissa in the north east of the country to Shanta Abaq
Abacus is a Latin word that comes from the Greek abax, meaning "table," and possibly from the Hebrew abaq
, which means "dust.
The abacus of the Arabian cultures is thought to have started as knotted ropes; the Hebrew-Aramaic word abaq
means "make a loop or knot.
At December 1, 2014, the ABAQ
included 373 community banks with more than USD190bn in market capitalisation.
listings are published daily in the Market Monitor column of the American Banker newspaper.