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Bolt

Used for listed equity securities. Block trading version of COLT.

Bolt

A computerized order-entry system that sends buy or sell orders for block, over-the-counter trades. It is used to automatically execute orders, and allow users to monitor their positions. It operates much like the continuous on-line trading system, but only for block trades.
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The play, directed by Amanda Brookes, is about Edward Jones, who was doing ordinary things until the day before his 40th birthday - at which point, came the bolt from the blue.
But now Town's dreams of pipping Brakes to a place in the Midland Alliance lie in tatters and secretary David Badger said: "It has come as a bolt from the blue and everyone at the club is absolutely devastated.
County were stunned by a bolt from the blue after 29 minutes when Wimbledon skipper Neil Ardley let fly from fully 40 yards and Darren Ward failed to prevent it from entering the top corner of the net.
HULL were hit by a bolt from the blue from teenage striker Chris Roberts after they had dominated the first half of this match.
For industry analysts and executives who had avidly followed AT&T's three-month search for a president, Walter's appointment was a bolt from the blue and a distinct letdown.
Pep Guardiola and Antonio Conte hope to be a Bolt from the Blue.
His stoppage-time penalty secured the win after Ryan Finnie's 35-yard bolt from the blue for the opener.
The reason 9/11 traumatised America at its heart was because it was an unthinkable bolt from the blue.
12 Gardens & flowers A bolt from the blue,courtesy ofViv and Nick,plus all your gardening questions answered by Carolyn.
Gannon was sacked yesterday and his No 2 Ward said: "It was a bolt from the blue.
It has hit me like a bolt from the blue because he's the best I've trained.
If Mr Hewings is hit by a bolt from the blue - and lives - he will pick up pounds 10,000.