May expand

May expand

Used in the context of general equities. Warning that the size of the order/total may be increased. See: "more behind it."

May Expand

In investing, an indication by a broker to another that he/she may increase the size of an order to buy or sell a security.
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But of a heritage that may expand gradually, he had no conception: he hoped to come to Culture suddenly, much as the Revivalist hopes to come to Jesus.
This classification will embrace all the truly good, and none in whose souls there exists not something that may expand itself into a heaven, both of well-doing and felicity.
India's economy may expand seven per cent in the fiscal year through March 2012, from an earlier estimate of 7.
Europe's economy may expand at a faster pace this year than previously forecast as a global recovery boosts exports, the European Commission said on Wednesday.
It is expected that the bank may expand its bond-purchase plan by GBP50bn as part of shoring up Britain's banking system.
Options regarding where hotel condo owners can stay may expand beyond the three cities as RPC considers building projects elsewhere across the country and perhaps even eventually internationally.
Jazeera Airways, a Kuwait-based carrier, may expand its fleet to 16 aircraft by exercising options for six Airbus A320s.
You can expand the edges of existing beds or around trees, places where the grass grows poorly, a property border, or you may expand forest edge with native plantings.
we don't have a specific campaign geared toward the gay and lesbian market, but we may expand our efforts if the opportunity presents itself.
And, if we take advantage of new and easily accessible technologies, our personal influence may expand exponentially.
Although preliminary results were successful, some in the African American community say the marketing of BiDil may expand this move toward personalized medicine and increase the number of race-specific drugs in the marketplace.