buy the book

Buy the book

An order typically from a large institutional investor to a broker to purchase all the shares available at the market from the specialist and other brokers and dealers at the current offer price. The book refers to the record a specialist kept before the advent of computers.

Buy the Book

An order to a broker to buy all shares of a security available at the current offer price, whether from one specialist or from everyone willing to sell. Large institutional investors usually make this order. The term comes from record books specialists kept before they began to use computers.

buy the book

An order to purchase all of a security offered at the current ask price. The purchase is made from the specialist, dealers, and other holders willing to sell at the specified price.
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having observed that they were not half bad, and some of my relations having promised to buy the book if it ever came out, I feel I have no right to longer delay its issue.
Let us add to them these two-and- a-half roubles of yours, and buy the books together, and make them our joint gift.
She calculated how she should spend the proceeds of her shawl--how, besides the clothes, she would buy the books that he longed for, and pay his half-year's schooling; and how she would buy a cloak for her father instead of that old great-coat which he wore.
Bookindy embraces Amazon's well-ordered and familiar catalogue for browsing and allows you to buy the book from your local independent bookshop shop if you want to.
As it's completely exclusive to The Big Lunch, you can't buy the book, normal price pounds 3.
Such as women are the only gender who would a) buy the book and b) believe any of the gunk inside of it.
I HAVE been trying in vain to buy the book Mountain and Flood by George Blake about the history of the 52nd (L) Division from 1939 to 1946 and wonder if any of your readers can help.
Many thousands (or millions) of American children stood in line for hours to buy the book.
If anyone is really serious ab out losing weight,I would recommend they buy the book and not use extracts printed in national newspapers or magazines.
Larry Parks, 64, of Canoga Park said he is a big fan of Bradbury and would buy the book.
My suggestion is to go buy the book, read it, give it to employees who have to fight battles against foes backed by the power of the status quo, and send Sperling a letter telling him what you thought of his book.
Barnes & Noble Members can buy the book for $18.