Competition ahead

Competition ahead

Often used in risk arbitrage. Situation whereby another OTC market maker has transacted with investment bank at the stated market level before the bid/offer has been made.
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"I know we've got a lot of competition ahead before that fight, I'm putting my belt on the line, I'm going up against [Luis] Ortiz first, that's going to be another risk taker that I'm risking my title for.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard warns of the competition ahead
Graham Lowes (nett 67) won the Open Challenge competition ahead of John Simpson (nett 69).
The release says the region has moved forward to offer its athletes needed competition ahead of Qatar and Morocco adding that Mauritius have prepared what promises to be an exciting regional competition.
b) Ploughing competition ahead. c) No ploughing or cutting grass verges.
Kirimi is optimistic they will deliver at the nationals despite the stiff competition ahead of them.
At last year's Asia Cup, Afghanistan made a breakthrough by topping their group in the 50-over competition ahead of established Test nations Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
However, the Arsenal great says the competition ahead of the City defender in the national ranks makes the situation difficult.
The rousing win may have been a perfect start for the team, but head coach Charles Tiu warned that there is still stiffer competition ahead of them.
competition ahead then taking She went on to appear in other US TV series including Eve, Blue Collar TV, and Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.
Theywill now likely be promoted to grade 2 for next year'sWorld Championships, with the competition ahead of the band set to get even tougher.
"He's an exciting addition to our group who will bring creativity and competition ahead of an important season for us.