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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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1) Jonathan Tsarofski, left, and his sister Rebecca pick up trash at Dunsmore Park Saturday during the 10th annual Foothill Community Clean-Up Day.
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And now a further community clean-up will take place on Sunday at 11am on the beach at Whitley Bay, with those taking part meeting at the lifeguard station, central lower promenade, opposite Brook Gardens.
Five further clean-up days saw more than 150 binbags of waste taken from Fernhill Way in Bootle, the area around the Gordon youth club in Netherton, and the grounds of Bedford Road community centre and a sheltered housing complex in Hawthorne Road, Bootle.