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Renewal

Placement of a day order identical to one not completed on the previous day.

Renewal

A day order with the exact same terms as a day order made the previous trading day that expired unfilled.
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We are looking forward to working closely with Cisco and his colleagues at Renew Financial to continue to scale PACE in Florida and nationally for many years to come.
Renew have over the last few months also deployed in both New York and Singapore, thus expanding the network from its initial launch in the City of London.
Every time, they say later on, but they never renew it," she said.
However, later in the year those people who will not want to renew through the website, will be able to do so on the telephone via MetroLine or in person at one of our bus station travel centres.
Credentialed preparers (CPAs, attorneys and enrolled agents) must provide the expiration date for their licenses when they apply for or renew their PTINs.
He said: "The Renew brand is already well known in the region.
The starting point for ReNeW will be the issues and gaps identified by the Greenwald, TAP and EPACT reports (available from the public web site).
ReNew provides many benefits including protection from fading, moisture, corrosion, rust, scratches, gouges and most chemicals.
The nation's law enforcement agencies will face a tremendous threat on the streets if Congress fails to renew the federal assault-weapons ban.
The distributor denies the supplier has the right to terminate of refuse to renew the contract and demands reinstatement of substantial damages as compensation for its alleged losses.
Restore, Replenish, Renew is an interfaith, nondenominational program from a Christian perspective," Schonning explains.
Websense continues to renew large government contracts because these agencies demand the best product for their high-traffic, demanding network environments," said Bill Goldbach, vice president of North American sales for Websense Inc.