inactive post

Inactive post

Trading post on NYSE floor where inactive, lightly traded stocks are traded in 10-share lots as opposed to 100-share lots.

Inactive Post

A place on the New York Stock Exchange where infrequently traded securities are traded. These securities are usually traded in batches of five or 10, rather than batches of 100. See also: Cabinet crowd, Inactive security.

inactive post

The location on the floor of an exchange where inactive securities are traded. See also Post 30 stock.
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His current position as minister in charge of the Business Development Committee for inspection of state and private businesses is considered an inactive post in administrative circles.
Tanaka and Nogami were sacked as foreign minister and vice foreign minister respectively by Koizumi in late January, with Nogami moved to an inactive post within the ministry.
Prior to resigning, the 15-member board ordered the airline's president into an inactive post and he has now been replaced by Somchainuk Engtrakul, a bureaucrat in the Thai Finance Ministry.
NNM quotes "an informed source" as saying that it is likely that Pasan would keep a position as ambassador, but that he probably would be assigned to an inactive post at the Foreign Ministry in Bangkok.
Somchai took a tougher line with his police chief, demoting General Patcharawat Wongsuwan to an inactive post on Friday.
Patcharawat Wongsuwan was moved to an inactive post.
Saisamai was transferred to his inactive post yesterday, for a minimum 180-day period.
Somchet Thinaphong, the president of New Bangkok International Airport Co (NBIA), was reportedly suspended from his position on Monday (14 May) and placed in an inactive post in the transport ministry.
His current position as minister in charge of inspecting state and private businesses is considered an inactive post in administrative circles.
No reason was given in the order signed by Somchai moving General Patcharawat Wongsuwan to an inactive post in the prime minister's office.
Thirty-eight police officers in southern provinces of Satun, Ranong, and Songkhla, who are believed to have been involved in the trafficking of Rohingyas, have been transferred to inactive posts and new officers will be appointed to fill the vacancies, according to Royal Thai Police Chief Somyos Pumpanmuang.

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