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Used in the context of general equities. Make a market both ways (bid andoffer) either on the bid, offering, or an in-between price only. Locking on the offering occurs to attract a seller, since the trader is willing to pay (and ask) the offering side when others only ask it. Locking on the bid side attracts buyers for similar reasons. Typically, the sell side requires a plus tick to comply with short sale rules.
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This simple guide ensures that anyone -- even if they have never used the services of a locksmith before -- can find an expert who can offer good service at a cost-effective rate.
Locksmith South Beach offers quick, low-cost, round-the-clock emergency and scheduled service to home, business, and automotive customers, and is one of the Miami Beach area's most trusted and dependable locksmith and security solutions firms.
Founded in 1956, Bill's Lock Service has since grown into one of the largest professional locksmith companies serving the Greater Toronto Area.
As a locksmith you would need excellent practical skills, good communication and customer-care skills, a patient approach, with the ability to pay attention to detail, carpentry and metalwork skills, problem-solving skills and an interest in electronic and mechanical equipment.
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KEY TO SUCCESS: Locksmith Peter Price, left, with former bomb disposal expert Harry Oldfield, who he has trained up to start his own business
I've always done a bit of DIY so haven't found being a locksmith very difficult.
A LOCKSMITH is considering sid to buy Liverpool, accordinguing police for wrongful arrest after he was thrown into a cell for three hours when he was mistaken for a burglar.
The bailiff from Birkenhead County Court had attended the property, accompanied by a locksmith, just after 11am.