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Report

Written or oral confirmation that all or part of one's order has been executed, including the price and size parameters of the trade being reported; often followed by a fresh picture.

Report

1. See: Stockholder's report.

2. Confirmation that a broker makes to a client that an order has been executed. The report includes all relevant information, such as price and order size. It may be made orally or in writing. See also: Fresh picture.

report

A confirmation of a transaction at the time of execution.
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Photographers snapped him, he was besieged by reporters, women's clubs throughout the land passed resolutions condemning him and his immoral theories; and on the floor of the California Assembly, while discussing the state appropriation to the University, a motion demanding the expulsion of Gluck was made under threat of withholding the appropriation--of course, none of his persecutors had read the book; the twisted newspaper version of only three lines of it was enough for them.
Oh, you can't stop it that way," said the Reporter.
I first knew Joseph Rouletabille when he was a young reporter.
An' then we dodged a reporter an' all come home together.
And the floor creaked, and the ceiling was all made of glass mirrors, so that he saw himself standing on his head, and by each window were standing three reporters and an editor; and each of them was writing down what was said, to publish it in the paper that came out and was sold at the street corners for a penny.
Welland's saying, with indignant tears: "I should as soon turn the reporters loose in my house.
The short-hand writers, the reporters of the court, and the reporters of the newspapers invariably decamp with the rest of the regulars when Jarndyce and Jarndyce comes on.
There isn't much that these reporters don't get hold of.
Back at his hotel, though nearly two in the morning, he found the reporters waiting to interview him.
The front row of the men she had squeezed past, because of their paper and pencils, she decided to be reporters from the local papers up-town.
Didn't you see the reporters scribbling like mad while he was speaking?
He got work to do at last, and became one of the first newspaper reporters.