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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.
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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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If the Execution Agent would need to supervise the execution procedures discussed above (this happens if there are multiple pledgees), he or she would deduct the entire execution cost from the amount obtained by selling the property.
LAHORE -- The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) ban on initiating new development projects is going to hit ventures planned under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and the resultant delay will add billions of rupees to their execution cost, cautions the government.
The key problem of algorithmic trading is to decrease execution cost, which is the difference in the value between the ideal trade and what was actually done [1].
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.
The exists on variety of approaches, all of them target the same objective which is the improvement of the smart-phone device capabilities by saving energy, reducing response time, or minimizing the execution cost.
"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.'' AMPTHILL: Lynch; Weightman, Hanks, Goodge, Baker; Jones, Calder; Beesley, Ma'asi, Lutui; Hehea, Gulliver; Bell, Bercis, M Molitika.
Each [sc.sub.i], i [member of] [1, n] is the execution cost of corresponding [t.sub.i].
In the PSO processing, give priorities to weigh parameters, fulfilling requirements better than execution cost and better than the remaining capabilities.
Firstly, it groups the tasks into different levels based on the topology of the DAG, and then in each level, the task with the highest priority is the one with the largest execution cost. A task is allocated to the processor which minimizes the sum of the total communication costs with the tasks in the previous level and the task's execution cost.
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.