Step aside


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Step aside

Allow a block to trade at a price at which you do not care to participate in the trade.

Step Aside

To allow a block trade to occur because one does not wish to make a better bid or offer.
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Despite announcing his plan to step aside, Muthomi downplayed resignation and remained confident of vindication.
Kurya, however, announced his decision to step aside and excused himself from the criminal case levelled against the lawmaker.
At the same time, he questioned the insistence of political rivals' call for Zahid to step aside until he has disposed of his charges of corruption, money laundering, and criminal breach of trust.
As I step aside from one role, my work as Scotland's finance secretary and as your constituency MSP continues.
Hospital chairman Sir Duncan Nichol said: "With great regret after six years' service to the Trust, Tony Chambers has decided to step aside as chief executive officer.
She must step aside or Cabinet must make the decision to replace her.
"Now is the time to step aside," the scorer of the 2010 World Cup final winner said.
"Now is the time to step aside," he said in an open letter.
Opposition parties are demanding a vote of confidence in Zuma, and Ramaphosa and the president are in direct talks - the first very real indications that the president is preparing to step aside. The ANC describes those direct talks as fruitful and constructive, and a previously planned meeting on his fate has been pushed back until February 17.
Zimbabwe's ruling party Zanu-PF yesterday gave the 93-year-old dictator until 10am today to step aside.
It came after the ruling party Zanu-PF told the 93-year-old dictator he had to step aside by 10am today.
According to reliable sources, Abbasi asked the finance minister to step aside in the view of the current circumstances, to which Dar initially agreed.