Definitions for "Small caps"
Capital letters that are the same (or nearly the same) height as the tvpeface's x-height. Some software programs automatically create their own small caps, but true small caps (with correct proportions and weight) are usually only found in expert typefaces.
Letters in the form of capitals but of about the same size as the lower case elements of the font. Used for emphasis and display purposes.
Small caps are capital letters that are not the full height of the capital letters. Many applications can create false small caps by scaling down the capital letters, but this lightens the characters. A true small cap typeface retains the appropriate character weight but offers it at a smaller size.
Keywords:  exchange, second, stock, describe, line
Term used to describe so-called "second-line" stocks on the Stock Exchange.