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Am no longer receiving stock quotes on my computer

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You didn't mention your problem in detailed
but this may be happened just because java settings
so check for any new updates of java and you might have to change your java settings from your explorer (if you are using explorer and not the special software)
but if you are using special software for watching stock quate
then just check your internet connection and if its ok then you can ask your software vendor for assistance or any update in it

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