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Bolt

Used for listed equity securities. Block trading version of COLT.

Bolt

A computerized order-entry system that sends buy or sell orders for block, over-the-counter trades. It is used to automatically execute orders, and allow users to monitor their positions. It operates much like the continuous on-line trading system, but only for block trades.
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Boulter was given a wild card to enter the main draw, having climbed up from sitting 596th in the world this time last year.
Boulter holds an MS in Real Estate from New York University and a BS from Brigham Young University.
Boulter added, Beacon has a really solid foundation and a history of strong service to the community.
The Asian firm was set up in 1997 by Bob Boulter and David Stewart.
In my room was an electric cooker, which I only used in winter to keep warm," Boulter croons.
Mr Boulter is delighted to be awarded a six-figure sum in compensation.
He said that Mr Boulter had initially requested a meeting in April -a request which he renewed when he met Mr Werritty by chance in Dubai.
The meeting on June 17 at the Shangri-La was attended by Dr Fox, Werritty and three businessmen, including Dubai-based private equity boss Harvey Boulter.
However, it is believed Werritty spent months setting up talks between the minister and three businessmen, including Harvey Boulter.
A spokeswoman for Dr Fox said: "Dr Fox was referring to Mr Werritty, and not himself, bumping into Mr Boulter at a restaurant prior to the meeting on 17 June.
Welborn dominated a onesided clash and was close to a fourth round stoppage but Boulter survived for a 40-36 points decision in Welbourn's favour.
Boulter toys with both the characters on stage and the audience like a true maestro.