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Leaves

Used in the context of general equities. Remains to buy or sell of a previously entered order after a report of partial execution has been given. If the floor broker to buy 20M IBM at $115, and he then buys 6M at this price, his report would be, "You bought 6M IBM at $115; leaves 14."

Leaves

What remains of an order after a partial execution. For example, if an investor makes an order to a broker to sell 1,000 shares at a certain price and the broker is able to immediately sell 600 shares, the remaining 400 are said to be leaves.
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Unlike the grass inhabitants, the tree endophytes are quite diverse and colonize emerging leaves instead of passing from one generation to the next.
Prepare and chop all the vegetables for the salad a day in advance of serving - and, if desired, present on a bed of romaine lettuce leaves,'' advises McCune.
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