Pass the book

Pass the book

The process of transferring responsibility for a brokerage firm's trading account from one office to another around the world in order to benefit from trading 24 hours a day.

Pass the Book

In a brokerage, to transfer orders from one office to another office. Passing the book enables a brokerage to continue trading when one exchange closes by simply going to an office that operates on an exchange that is still open. Ideally, this will enable trading 24 hours per day.
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Additionally, participants are informed to just pass the book
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Halemah then signed the books she already had and tried to give them to some of her colleagues, but the commission members stood between them and ordered her to pass the book to the security guard, who would pass it on.
And because the special red-and-blue spectacles are built in (they flip up from the front cover), you won't have to worry about losing them as you pass the book around to your friends or children.
The two schools would then use ideas from the book to prepare a lesson, take a photo and then pass the book on to another school.
But ill-feeling in the dressing-room does not necessarily fracture harmony on the pitch and you've got to imagine Lampard and Gerrard will be more ready to pass the ball to Barton (right) than pass the book.
To stimulate interest and enhance the reading skills of their own children, as well as their friends and classmates, Harris and fellow parent volunteer FeFe Handy created the Pass the Book, a voluntary book club for third-, fourth- and fifth-grade students at Murphy Candler Elementary School in Lithonia, Georgia.
When my son asked to be read a story, I had to pass the book to his older sister to read out loud.
So broad is its appeal, I can pass the book round the family for bedtime reading.
The Britons pass the book around, quietly taking in the fact that they are among only 100 or so visitor to the area in three decades.