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Sell order

An order that may take many different forms by an investor to a broker to sell a particular stock, bond, option, future, mutual fund, or other holding.

Sell Order

An order to a broker to sell a security. A sell order may take any of a number of forms. Depending on the nature of the order, the broker may execute it at the best available price when the order is made, at a set price designated by the client, or according to a more complicated formula. Additionally, the sell order may or may not have an expiration date (though most do). See also: Buy order.

sell order

A brokerage order to sell a specified amount of a security.
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Iceberg buy and sell orders for 700 and 500 lots of the futures contracts were respectively entered by the Chicago Sales Desk and the Sydney Rates Trader, resulting in a transaction of 500 lots of those contracts at a certain price.
FX traders, like many investors, have trimmed their bets or pulled their offers to sell euros ahead of the cliffhanger election, but the apparent paucity of physical sell orders noted by many in the markets should not be taken as any sign of actual confidence in the common currency.
16 billion) in sell orders from foreign investors were processed, most of them through Deutsche Bank s local securities unit.
The Singapore Exchange (SGX) is seeking public comment on new proposals that will require the marking of all sell orders as either normal or short sales.
73 trillion yen in erroneous sell orders on the Osaka Securities Exchange on Tuesday for futures contracts on the 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average due to an internal trading system error.
amp;nbsp; The dramatic moves also likely triggered large buy and sell orders from automated trading programs.
The world's largest stock exchange said Thursday that it will seek to compensate investors after the NYSE investigation, which found that the specialist firms ignored their primary duty to directly match buy and sell orders when possible and instead, intervened from their own account for a profit.
Information literally shifts gears from the speed of light to the speed of tennis shoes, as buy and sell orders pop out of computer networks into trading pits or specialist posts.
When the stock market is suddenly hit with an avalanche of sell orders, everyone goes 'Oh my God,'" says Jeffrey Miller, of the investment firm of Miller and Tabak, who helped pioneer the use of these futures but now has doubts.
These venues match buy and sell orders without publishing a price quote, and they present potentially significant price and informational benefits for large institutional investors.
43 through trading of the RIO Sell Orders with Bids in the market for RIO, although not necessarily in price/time priority (Relevant Transactions).
shares overnight, but any top side was capped by sell orders placed by foreign brokerages, they said.