In the middle


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In the middle

Used in the context of general equities. At a price exactly in between the bid and offer prices.

In the Middle

In equities, describing a price exactly between the current bid and offer.
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8) The briefing described the kingdom as "the kernel of evil, the prime mover, the most dangerous opponent" in the Middle East.
In the Middle East, geopolitical and economic considerations supposedly dictate U.
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The negotiations are like the peace process in the Middle East.
German contractor Siemens Information and Communications Networks (SICN) has been awarded two contracts for the supply of telecommunications intelligent network services (INS) in the Middle East and Asia.
Also, don't just rely on side brackets to hold your shelving in place, or the wood will bow in the middle.
The Martinezes lived in a sweltering canvas tent in the middle of a dusty field that turned instantly into a sea of mud at the first drop of rain.
The FBI'S persecution of Arab-Americans is constant, but it becomes visible only when a crisis in the Middle East - The Gulf war, for example - or a dramatic incident such as the World Trade Center bombing permits the agency to go public with its activities.
We are truly excited to partner with the Apparel Group to launch Cold Stone Creamery in the Middle East, and to bring the ultimate ice cream experience to Dubai as early as May," said Lee Knowlton, president of international and new business development, Cold Stone Creamery.
He got in the middle of the pack, with tiny feet poking at the ball all around him, and took a swipe at the ball himself.
After a five-year stint with the Marine Corps, Blanchard joined the operations directorate of the Central Intelligence Agency and was deployed on anti-terrorist operations in the Middle East and elsewhere.