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Take the offer

Buy stock by accepting a floor broker's (listed) or dealer's (OTC) offer at an agreed-upon volume. Antithesis of hit the bid.

Take the Offer

Informal; to agree to buy a security at a price offered by a dealer at an agreed-upon volume.
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By MIRROR REPORTER JUSTIN Timberlake is said to be taking the offer to play Elton John on the big screen "very seriously".
The UK drinks manufacturer will be taking the offer straight to shareholders - after an earlier approach was rebuffed by the Foster's board.
2 percent of the overall votes in Dow Jones, and the family has been split in taking the offer.
Liddell said Aims had no specific goal of savings the college hoped to achieve through the buyouts and no goal for the number of staff taking the offer.
5 per cent holding in Rightmove, taking the offer to pounds 1.
Austrian newspaper Wiener Zeitung reported that some pilots will get up to [euro]650,000 ($854,400) for taking the offer.
If Boucher had managed to to last just a few moments longer he would have joined Prince in taking the offer of bad light with 11 overs still to play but the hosts ended the day on 238 for six.
If Mr Prescott can replace my house with one of the same standard( eg, two redbrick thickness exterior walls, one redbrick thickness interior walls) at no cost to me, I would consider taking the offer of a new home.
investors were serious about taking the offer of 17 offshore oil and gas fields, which is estimated to need an investment of US$ 2.
The county was heavily criticized by residents, government officials and local media for not taking the offer at the time.
He said: "I'm taking the offer to climb Everest seriously.