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yellow book

a publication of the London Stock Exchange setting out the requirements to be met for the admission of securities to listing. Since the Financial Services Act 1986, its provisions have official legislative status in that they are ‘listing rules' for the purposes of the Act. This will continue to be the case under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000. See FINANCIAL SERVICES LAW.
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Diana holds regular exhibitions of her work and during the summer opens the garden under the National Garden Scheme yellowbook initiative.
Ty and Ashley honeymooned in Jamaica and are at home in Oxford where the groom works with a lawn management firm and the bride is a media consultant with Yellowbook USA.
Yellowbook.com, the company's US site, increased revenues by 51 per cent to $23.2 million (pounds 13.18 million), with an additional $6 million (pounds 3.4 million) from Trans We stern's Worldpages.com In a research note brokers Numis said: "We believe this is an encouraging trading update, particularly as US organic growth remains strong.