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Clean up

In the context of general equities, purchase/sale of all the remaining supply of stock, or the last piece of a block, in a trade-leaving a net zero position.

Clean Up

To sell what remains of a position of a security such that it closes the position. For example, if one owned 1,000 shares in a stock and sold 750 of them, one cleans up the position by selling the remaining 250 shares.
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He said: "I love being able to work with people in our communities and experience at first hand how keen they are to clean up their local areas.
As part of the Big Tidy Up campaign, spearheaded by Keep Britain Tidy, Golcar residents hosted a community clean up day.
com's chief executive officer, said, "Purchasers of contaminated property can be held liable for costly clean ups so they should always conduct due diligence for environmental hazards.
SCORES of volunteers turned out to help clean up a Tyneside park.
Batavia - The volunteers will join efforts with the Friends of the Fox River and help clean up the banks of the Fox River.
Young offenders have helped clean up a popular Barry beach.
TAKEAWAYS could be forced to clean up after their customers who dump rubbish on the streets of Coventry.
The Act further benefits all developers by affording greater flexibility in the selection of the remedy to clean up the site.
DOZENS are joining forces to clean up crime in part of Northumberland.
The congregation of Kings Church, which meets at Cheylesmore Community Centre in Arundel Road, organised a clean up, and were delighted at the number of people who came along to spruce up the Quinton Park area.