Below the Bar

Below the Bar

In investment banking, describing a client that is too small to be worth the effort to keep. For example, a bank may release a below the bar client if it has less than $100,000 to put under management.
References in classic literature ?
Then would he keep one eye upon a coach or crammer from the Circumlocution Office sitting below the bar, and smash the honourable gentleman with the Circumlocution Office account of this matter.
The level of Tunisia's foreign currency reserves remained until 2003 globally below the bar of 3 months of imports.
The game's pace slowed down in the second half and Al Sadd soon earned a penalty, only to see Haydous' kick being blocked by Al Hail, who had a good day below the bar.
They are small shops below the bar that obliges the government to check for any violation of environmental regulations.
Captain Joss Ladabie had a few chances to test Andy Lonergan, Amond spun and shot sweetly but couldn't keep it below the bar.
You need to get out to the provinces, where almost every race run is below the bar of 'Class 1 and above' that marks the limits of the two kilogram allowance.
These sort boxes appear below the bar chart of juvenile immigration court deportation proceedings.
Service Will Be Written In Suitable Small Font Both In English Hindi Below The Bar Code Space And Office Of The Controller Of Storess.
If you hit it over the bar, it's one point and, if you hit it below the bar into the net, it's three points.
In-between York midelder Russell Penn could not quite keep his vicious eort below the bar and Cod Army skipper Mark Roberts was needed to block Adam Reed's near-post try.
Textile exports in terms of quantity and value could not get momentum and remained below the bar.
Department for Education figures reveal 47 - or three per cent - of the region's schools are below the bar, according to this year's SATs results.