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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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Weinstein, who is currently promoting a documentary based on the Hurricane Sandy benefit concert at the Toronto Film Festival, said that when he took the offer to Stewart, her immediate response was "How much?
Harry, 28, took the offer in good spirits and joked that, if he ever decided he preferred men to women, he would call him back.
5 billion, in August to buy Genzyme, and took the offer directly to stockholders in October after the company spurned the bid as too low.
I decided not to do it as their beliefs were not mine, and instead took the offer of the Conservative Party.
Several months after her departure, she auditioned for The Royal Ballet's artistic director Monica Mason and took the offer of a first soloist slot.
Mitchell took the offer to his board of trustees Wednesday and the Los Angeles Times on Friday, citing unnamed sources, said he told them the Broad donation offer was a factor in his decision to pursue the school board position.
He took the offer and structured a multimillion-dollar deal, but needed financing to make it work.
Sheen took the offer very seriously and readily showed interest in working with Dujardin and even considered traveling to Paris, France.
FURNITURE store Ikea asked customers if they were "ready to take advantage of them" in a January sale - but one took the offer literally and moved in.