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Take the offer

Buy stock by accepting a floor broker's (listed) or dealer's (OTC) offer at an agreed-upon volume. Antithesis of hit the bid.
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Take the Offer

Informal; to agree to buy a security at a price offered by a dealer at an agreed-upon volume.
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Completely stupefied by the amazing harangue of which he had been made the object, Benjamin took the offered hand, with the air of a man in a dream.
Feeling that she had not mended matters much, Amy took the offered third of a seat, shook her hair over her face, and accepted an oar.
On the other hand, Sattar took the offer into consideration to form a new joint coordination committee.
'I got a BPI Science Award when I graduated in Silliman so I took the offer to work with Bank of the Philippine Islands as management trainee,' Liong said.
After the offer of citizenship from CM fake account, Sammy responded and took the offer in stride.
Weinstein, who is currently promoting a documentary based on the Hurricane Sandy benefit concert at the Toronto Film Festival, said that when he took the offer to Stewart, her immediate response was "How much?"
Harry, 28, took the offer in good spirits and joked that, if he ever decided he preferred men to women, he would call him back.
Sanofi, France's largest drugmaker, bid $69 a share, or about $18.5 billion, in August to buy Genzyme, and took the offer directly to stockholders in October after the company spurned the bid as too low.
I decided not to do it as their beliefs were not mine, and instead took the offer of the Conservative Party.
Several months after her departure, she auditioned for The Royal Ballet's artistic director Monica Mason and took the offer of a first soloist slot.
More than 7 out of 10 took the offer. The survey was staged by organizers of a computer-security conference.
He took the offer and structured a multimillion-dollar deal, but needed financing to make it work.