presale order

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Presale order

An order to purchase part of a new municipal bond issue that is accepted by an underwriting syndicate before an official public offering.

Presale Order

An order by an investor to buy a municipal bond before it is issued and even before all terms, such as the coupon or the maturity, have been set. The SEC disallows presale orders for other securities and, as a result, they are only available for municipal bonds because they are not subject to SEC registration requirements.

presale order

An order to buy a portion of a new municipal bond issue before the time at which certain information concerning the issue, such as the coupon, has been determined. Presale orders are permitted with municipal bond issues but not with other security issues because municipal bond issues are exempt from requirements of the SEC.
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Once pre-sale orders are filled, the price of the PocketPuffer will be $199.
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According to Samsung, pre-sale orders for the phone-tablet crossover device outstripped previous Note 1 sales.
PT, or an hour after its store opened to take pre-sale orders.
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Honda will begin accepting pre-sale orders in November of this year.
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Customers were actually coming to us and pushing us, so we thought this was a good time to take pre-sale orders.
A spokeswoman for WH Smith, in Northumberland Street, Newcastle, said: "As expected, Harry Potter has captured the imagination of our customers and pre-sale orders are six times higher for the fifth book than for previous books.
The German company had warned almost a year ago that pre-sale orders were ``brisk'' and that anyone wanting to reserve one of the elegant cabrios for Christmas would have to be pretty sharp off the mark.