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Sellout

A broker's sale of securities on behalf of a client when the client has failed to settle transactions as promised. A common cause of a sellout is a client's failure to meet a margin call.

sellout

The distribution of all the securities in a new issue by the selling group.
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The Dana Ali Band perform at the Hands Off HRI fundraising gig at the Picturedrome in Holmfirth | The Sellouts perform at the Hands Off HRI fundraising gig at the Picturedrome in Holmfirth Pictures: Mark Hemingway | Bassist with The Sellouts and event organiser Ian Bagshaw with A&E campaigners Mike Forster, Nat Ratcliffe and Karl Deitch spread the message to the crowd
As a robustness check, we create a matched subsample that we draw from the full sample of IPOs and sellouts, matched by the book value of assets, industry, and period.
There were 3 sellouts, but two were expected (Giants have sold out every home game this season, and Red Sox) with the Angels being the lone sellout that was good news for the club (two days in a row).
The Sellouts charge a nominal fee on entry and have a good following wherever they play, there is music to suitallages.
NEW YORK -- Reebok Apparel, Spalding Basketballs and EA Sports Video Game Sales Increasing During Playoffs; 70th Sellout Sets League's All-Time Playoff Mark
Anyone wanting to join the Wii mini league or book The Sellouts for an event can contact Patrick Blakely of Sport Makes Sense on 07933116821.
The Kings have dropped slightly, despite having sellouts for five of their first nine home games.
Board of Directors he expects the band Cake to sellout the 1600 person venue this Sunday.
When it comes to sellouts, free tickets can be good tickets.
USC is already assured eight home-and-away sellouts, which ties last year's record.
Net sales declined due to fewer catalogs being mailed during the quarter and more order cancellations and sellouts.
But, in terms of sellouts, which account for comps, rainout exchanges, etc.