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Without government backing, bitcoin's price is highly volatile.
Yes, accepting such a volatile currency for payment is a GAAP accounting nightmare.
Over three of the stock’s most volatile trading days, GameStop shares changed hands 554 million times — more than 11 times the number of total shares available.
Methane, for example, consists of a single carbon atom linked to four hydrogen atoms and is extremely volatile.
Diseases will likely manifest themselves by the presence of multiple volatile molecules—a cocktail of them, Koulakov thinks, so here rodents’ abilities would be particularly helpful.
I do think it’s wrong to assume though that most of our activity is characterized by trading of volatile stocks.
It was only then that Fanone saw the immense, volatile crowd stretched out in front of him and realized what police were up against.
In Brooklyn, Harden will team with Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving to form the league’s top “Big Three” and a potentially volatile mix of on-court styles and off-court personalities.
Along with preventing misinformation around the current volatile political climate, the company has policies around blocking ads that encourage hate and violence.
Markets, deals and valuations are volatile in our industry but we all have to do our best to tune out the noise and focus.

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