Bid away

Bid away

Refers to over-the-counter trading. Bid from another dealer exists at the same (listed) or higher (OTC) price.

Bid Away

In over-the-counter trading, to make a bid higher than the previous price for which the security or derivative was sold. See also: Uptick.
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Gregor Townsend's men kick-off their Championship bid away to Wales but they will have to re-write 16 years of failure in the Principality if they are to open with a win.
Drawn in stall two, she ended up on the wrong side of the track, yet still made a sustained bid away from the main bulk of the field and was the only runner in single figures to make the first four.
Media could have been supplied through nonadvertising-supported media, and indeed, they can be thought of as having been bid away from direct purchases.
He is likely to be the man handed Brown's spot at the heart of the Dark Blues midfield when they kick off their Euro 2016 qualifying bid away to Germany on Sunday.
League Cup winners City continue their title bid away to in-form Crystal Palace on Sunday, the report added.
Zth] unit in Figure 1, then the value of the resources bid away from other uses is fifteen francs, and there is no advantage to Mr.
The best faculty are bid away, moving on to better jobs.
Party sources said Tharoor may get a reprieve -- at least for the time being -- in the wake of accusations that the Gujarat CM and the IPL commissioner had got together to take the Kochi bid away to Ahmedabad.
Kaypee is just one hefty Bangalore bid away from taking the top cash prize in India's most popular cricket auction, Who Wants to Be an IPLionaire.
Remember that the interest rate moves in the opposite direction of the price so even though a hefty risk premium was incorporated in the original security, it was bid away.
BILLINGHAM TOWN launch what could be a top flight title bid away at Ashington.
They turn their attentions to Division Two of the Alliance tomorrow looking to boost their promotion bid away to leaders Skelmersdale.