In touch with


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In touch with

Used in the context of general equities. Having a sell inquiry in a stock (not a firm customer sell order), often entailing a capital commitment. Antithesis of looking for.

In Touch With

Soliciting for a bid. That is, one in touch with an investment is seeking to sell. It is important to note that "in touch with" an investment does not equate to asking but is rather an indication of interest. See also: Looking For.
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"Extra patrols are taking place to reassure residents and I'd ask anyone who sees suspicious activity where they live to get in touch with police straight away so we can investigate."
"We're carrying out additional patrols to prevent offences from taking place and I'd ask anyone who sees any suspicious or unusual activity in their neighbourhood or who has information to get in touch with us." Residents living in the Ouseburn ward - specifically Battlefield and Shieldfield areas - are invited to a drop-in taking place on Thursday, October 24, at St Anne's Community Centre, Breamish Street between 6pm and 7pm.
Sergeant Rob Wileman said: "We're investigating these thefts and would urge anyone who witnessed the break-ins or who saw anything suspicious in the area overnight to get in touch with police.