Unique to Barchart.com, data tables contain an "expand" option. Click the "+" icon in the first column (on the left) to "expand" the table for the selected symbol. Scroll through widgets of the different content available for the symbol.
Click on any of the widgets to go to the full page. Especially when using a custom view, you may find that the number of columns chosen exceeds the available space to show all the data. In this case, the table must be horizontally scrolled (left to right) to view all of the information. To do this, you can either scroll to the bottom of the table and use the table's scrollbar, or you can scroll the table using your browser's built-in scroll: Left-click with your mouse anywhere on the table. Use your keyboard's left and right arrows to scroll the table. Repeat this anywhere as you move through the table to enable horizontal scrolling. Also unique to Barchart, FlipCharts allow you to scroll through all the symbols on the table in a chart view. While viewing FlipCharts, you can apply a custom Chart Template, further customizing the way you can analyze the symbols. FlipCharts are a free tool available to Site Members.
This tool will download a .csv file for the View being displayed. For dynamically-generated tables (such as a Stock or ETF Screener) where you see more than 1000 rows of data, the download will be limited to only the first 1000 records on the table. For other static pages (such as the Russell 3000 Components list) all rows will be downloaded. Free members are limited to 5 downloads per day, while Barchart Premier Members may download up to 100 .csv files per day. A 100 ruble bill, which equals about 1.5 USD or 1.3 Euro today, probably won’t buy you a decent cup of coffee in St. The easiest place to get the most bang for your ruble is the grocery store. You’re particularly in luck if you like vegetables - the staples like potatoes, carrots and onions run at about 20 rubles a kilogram. Add to that tomatoes and apples at about 60 rubles, and you’re all covered in the fiber department. If you’re more like me, you’d be heading to the instant soup aisle, where a 100 rubles will also last you a few days. Here you can pick from the most basic instant ramen (12 rubles), mashed potatoes (12 rubles), instant soup powder in chicken, pea and tomato flavors that cover your coffee mug with a delectable oily film (15 rubles) or even splurge on Korean-style noodles (36 rubles) that have permanently burnt my taste buds. Go for a four-pack of yogurt (about 25 rubles per cup), a loaf of bread (20 rubles), or bottled water (15 - 100 rubles). Don’t get fooled by processed cheese (9 rubles a pack) and instead, try some Russian cheese (about 90 rubles for 200 grams). Your 100-ruble budget will also go some way around the house. You can get two mugs at 50 robles each, or a bottle of dishwashing liquid (95 rubles), or a two packs of toilet paper (44 rubles each). Plan on two metro tokens (45 rubles each), or a McDonald’s cheeseburger (75 rubles) or a concert program at the Philharmonia (100 rubles). Disclaimer: most prices as seen at a Lenta supermarket. GENERIC NAME(S): Melatonin (Bulk) OTHER NAME(S): Melatonin (Bulk) Powder. Call your doctor for medical advice about side effects. You may report side effects to FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088 or at www.fda.gov/medwatch. In Canada - Call your doctor for medical advice about side effects. You may report side effects to Health Canada at 1-866-234-2345.
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