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Job Lot

In commodities, a small number of units. For example, one may refer to 10 or 20 barrels of oil as a job lot. These are used primarily in futures contracts in which both parties are interested in trading in small numbers.

job lot

In commodities trading, the quantity of a commodity that is smaller than what is specified in a standard contract.
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Ocean State Job Lot Charitable Foundation also donates the operational support, delivery and other expenses to ensure that 100 percent of every dollar raised goes to the plate.
Since its inception, Ocean State Job Lot has enjoyed a compound annual growth rate of approximately 25%.
Ocean State Job Lot began selling beer and wine in some stores last year.
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Retailers such as Woolworth, Job Lot, Merry Go Round and its Chess King division are all giving up stores.
Amvest, a Leading Middle-Market Investment Bank Today Announced That It Advised Blackbird Capital Partners in the Acquisition of the Assets of the Job Lot Paper Division of the Former Sabin Robbins Paper Company