Roll order

Roll order

(1) Dividend roll; (2) Replacement of a maturing position with an identical one in the new maturity; (3) Recognizition of capital gain or loss while reestablishing the position at the risk of the market.

Roll Order

1. See: Dividend Trade Roll/Play.

2. The replacement of one investment that is maturing with an identical investment with a longer maturity. For example, one may take the proceeds of a bond as it matures and buy an identical bond that does not mature for another 10 years.

3. An order to buy or sell a security such that it realizes a gain or loss.
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It was a rock 'n' roll homecoming of the highest rock 'n' roll order when The Bad Boys of Boston returned to their old neighborhood to give a free show at the very spot that made and shaped five struggling musicians to become rock juggernauts.
Colorcraft last month began supermarket testing of its Electronic Photo Center, which simplifies the order write-up by means of a touch screen providing instructions, answering questions, accepting the roll order and printing out a receipt.
It was a rock 'n' roll homecoming of the highest rock 'n' roll order when The Bad Boys of Boston returned to their old neighborhood Monday to give a free show at the very spot that made and shaped five struggling musicians to become rock juggernauts.
Incidentally, all the specialty rolls are cut into eight thick, round pieces, and a roll order is preceded by a steaming bowl of miso soup.
UPM Raflatac has announced the launch of its renewed website for surplus roll orders in North America.
Finally, there's an operational risk to placing roll orders in the market, following executions and booking the trades properly, sometimes for substantial nominal values.
WEB-EXpress roll orders, limited to six precision idler rolls of the same size, are guaranteed to be shipped within 48 hours.
SanSai smartly makes its sushi roll orders ($5 to $8) into a meal by adding one of its three salads (your choice) or a miso soup.