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Fade

Refers to over-the-counter trading. Fill another OTC dealer's bid for or offer of stock.

Fade

Informal; in over-the-counter trading, to fill an order.
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Intensity of clashes faded away with sporadic gun fire and mortar shell attacks, amidst deployment of army forces in the area, they added.
Along with the postexilic reconstruction of the Jerusalem temple, the Zadokite priesthood took the lead while the Davidic monarchy faded away and the prophetic tradition waned.
The glitter and the TV spectacle of the Pope's death and funeral have faded away.
Instead, parents and children serious about maintaining a saltwater aquarium must invest time and money into the enterprise--and continue to care for the fish even after the Nemo hype has faded away.
Slayden Yarbrough served as editor during difficult years, and the society is indebted to Slayden for keeping the journal alive and strong when it well could have faded away.
It might be the lost photograph, she wrote, but unfortunately, the image of Le Gras appeared to have faded away.
Ever wonder what would happen to Oldsmobile's lineup once the nameplate faded away in 2003?
As one of the people responsible for promoting the word queer, I have a confession to make: I'm beginning to think it was a mistake, and I wouldn't mind if it just quietly faded away.
If, as General Douglas MacArthur said, "Old soldiers never die, they just fade away," sometimes those who have died in battle seem more frequently than we might expect to have faded away into a surprising afterlife as ghosts.
The dancers moved into light, then darkness, through flailing phrases with swimming arms and legs, spirals, big lifts, then onto a human pyramid at the end, reaching and reaching as the lights faded away.