Deal Ticket

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Deal Ticket

Slang; the contract containing the terms and conditions for a trade. It is also called a trading ticket.
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The boys were all eaten up with envy -- but those that suffered the bitterest pangs were those who perceived too late that they themselves had contributed to this hated splendor by trading tickets to Tom for the wealth he had amassed in selling whitewashing privileges.
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[ ] A taxpayer can make an identification by placing a designated mark on a record of the transaction (e.g., trading ticket, purchase order or trade confirmation) or by using a designated form or a record that contains a designated legend.
We also recommend that anyone trading tickets on Gumtree follows the safety advice on our website, such as insisting on seeing the ticket's serial number.
He said these officers would probably not "back him up", but on Friday afternoons at work he would receive multiple texts and calls about trading tickets.
Quinn Dorsey sat out the first five games of this season as a penalty for trading tickets for rent.
"They were these over-the-top performers with hidden trading tickets protruding from under desk blotters," he says.
More than 50 per cent use paper trading tickets and 80 per cent are still using the fax machine for at least some communications with brokers and custodians," he added.
In this regard, issuers should request copies of the dealers "mirror trade confirmations" (i.e., trading tickets reflecting the investment provider's purchase of the particular escrow securities from other dealers or inventory and trading tickets reflecting the investment provider's sale of the particular escrow securities to the issuer's escrow).
CORVALLIS - After a week of dispute by fax and e-mail over television announcers and Oregon's long-awaited release of a report on players trading tickets for rent, there's finally a game of football to be played today between Oregon and Oregon State.
In discussing the findings of the report, UO athletic director Bill Moos maintained that student-athletes were well-educated on potential violations `from the first moment they step foot on campus.' Moos said that in this particular case of trading tickets for rent reductions, athletes `should know there's something fishy here.'