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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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The central hero, if there is one, is Hermann Muthesius, whose reporting back from Britain around 1900 embraced a surprisingly broad range of concerns, and whose subsequent domestic work was as significant for the type of political and industrial client it represented as for its style.