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Execution costs

The difference between the execution price of a security and the price that would have existed in the absence of a trade, which can be further divided into market impact costs and market timing costs.

Execution Costs

The difference between the market price of a security and what that price would have been had a certain transaction affecting the price not taken place. See also: Market impact cost, market timing cost.
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In the event that a tenderer submitting a tender for this contract proposes an execution cost in excess of the limited financial resource specified by the Assignor for the order as a whole and by separate budget items by activity / object, his / her bid will be removed from the tender.
Knock-ons and poor lineout execution cost Leinster valuable attacking platforms, while a few scrum penalties also allowed Cardiff to clear their lines at key moments.
We had enough possession to be in the game but poor decisions and poor execution cost us, on top of which the workrate from a few lads was nowhere near good enough.
Coach Robbie Deans said a lack of execution cost his side victory.
Jon Werts, head of Broker Dealer Execution Services, said, 'We've seen strong demand from our Futures clients who are looking to reduce execution cost while still maintaining a level of control over their orders.
The Dolphins managed to move the ball well against the Texans last week, though ineffective redzone execution cost them victory.
Execution cost us with both bat and ball - having them 8-107 we got hit around the park," he said.
Many Saudi Arabian customers are still very much cost orientated, and will prefer a lower execution cost to execution in the kingdom.
Olympic champion Matthew Mitcham was next to go but a poor execution cost him, giving the Briton the silver.
The execution cost of a query on a MySQL database was measured by means of implementing several specially designed JavaScript functions (Fig.
GAO was asked to examine (1) the factors State considered when setting the proposed fee and (2) how execution cost data were developed.
Poor execution cost us - there's no doubt about that.