SMLR

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AcronymDefinition
SMLRSingle Mode Fiber Long Range
SMLRSingle Mode Long Reach
SMLRSchool of Management and Labor Relations (New Brunswick, NJ)
SMLRSingle-Mode Long Reach (computing)
SMLRStepwise Multiple Linear Regression
SMLRSyngeneic Mixed Lymphocyte Reaction (aka Syngeneic Mixed Lymphocyte Response)
SMLRStock Market Listing Rules (Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission)
SMLRSyngeneic Mixed Leukocyte Reaction
SMLRStandard Mixed Lymphocyte Reaction Test (immunology)
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Stock Market Listing rules require majority shareholders in companies to hold under 75% of voting shares for the company to remain listed.
Stock Market Listing rules require majority shareholders in companies to hold less than 75% of voting shares for the company to remain listed.
a developer of stool-based DNA technology for colorectal cancer screening, said yesterday it is not in compliance with Nasdaq Stock Market listing rules.
The FSA described the two failures as 'clear breaches' of stock market listing rules.
The FSA said Pace was guilty of ``clear breaches'' of stock market listing rules.
Under stock market listing rules, the FSA demands that companies do not deliberately mislead shareholders.
NASDAQ:ASTI), a developer of state-of-the-art, flexible thin-film photovoltaic modules, announced today it has regained compliance with the Nasdaq Stock Market Listing Rules that require maintenance of a minimum $1.
Two of Britain's most senior company executives, Sir Roger Hurn and Lord Simpson, were censured yesterday by the Financial Services Authority for failing to follow stock market listing rules when preparing the shock profit warning two years ago that brought Marconi to its knees.
In addition, the company announced today that, by August 16, 2011, it plans to submit to the Nasdaq Stock Market a plan to regain compliance with Nasdaq Stock Market listing rules.
Under stock market listing rules, companies must tell the market immediately of any change in their financial performance which is likely to make a substantial impact on the share price.