Trade away

Trade away

Trade Away

To execute a trade through another broker or dealer.
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3 seed San Antonio Spurs, though the team is reportedly looking to trade away a couple of players.
Ibe Kachikwu over his proposals to trade away the nation's resources to other interests under sneaky subsidy deals.
He added: "Illicit tobacco products take trade away from legitimate businesses.
Bagsak siguro kung may lie detector,' Revilla tweeted on the same day Kia said that it was its 'unconventional philosophy' that made it trade away Christian Standhardinger.
Now you know how the small business owners felt when the supermarkets flexed their business muscles and decided to take all the SME trade away from them.
First, these negotiations will under no circumstances trade away regional security for concessions on Iran's nuclear program.
If you think that we currently have, say, Chris Ashton, Kyle Eastmond, the four Burgess brothers, James Graham, Lee Mossop, Joel and Sam Tomkins plying their trade away from Super League - we'll soon be getting close to having a full international team playing elsewhere.
Rosneft's move underlines a shift in power in commodities trade away from Morgan Stanley and rival financial institutions such as Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan, which have been forced into retreat by increasingly strict market regulation.
And they also take trade away from legitimate retailers that pay their taxes and are unable to compete.
He said that shop workers were opposed to the move which also took trade away from small corner shops.
Councils over the years have encouraged superstores to locate out of town ripping trade away from smaller business and offering nothing but extra burdens in return.
Campaigners wanting to stop Merseyside taking cruise liner trade away from the likes of Port of Tyne are handing over the petition to Downing Street as concern grows that Liverpool will be given the go-ahead.