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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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after your posture, bolt upright in your chair-- you said, 'You
I sat bolt upright then looked out of the window but I couldn't see anything.
The party congress is likely to be a gruelling chore for Kim, who as party secretary will be expected to sit bolt upright in front of thousands of deputies and TV cameras at least for five hours a day and probably stand up while delivering one of the interminable speeches beloved of dictators everywhere," South Korea's Chosun Ilbo newspaper reported.
Then a bloke at the neighbouring table stood bolt upright, let out a blood curdling scream and dropped like a stone on the carpet.
A few days later, the King of Naples was aboard the Foudroyant and was shocked by the vision of a seemingly resurrected Caracciolo, bolt upright in the sea, and making his way towards the ship.
At times the language sparkles with imagery as when Melchior receives the call: It first filled his ears as a roar like that of a lion and it made him sit bolt upright in the bed as a chill waved across his flesh.
I sat bolt upright and said, 'It is In The Bag, which is what I was going to call the company.
When you live from day to day with the thought that your neighbour is not 100 per cent normal, it's easy to awake in the dead of night, sit bolt upright in bed and find yourself covered in a film of cold sweat.
Standing bolt upright and staring straight ahead in their Hamas uniforms, the bearded men - in their 20s and 30s - are not quite Gaza's answer to international boy bands like Backstreet Boys or 'N Sync.
Gerard, 2003, for example, depicts a pensive young black man sitting bolt upright, crossing his arms in a defensive pose.
An all-out actionfest that will have you bolt upright on the edge of your seat from start to finish.
To the astonishment of the onlookers the child sat bolt upright, in perfect health, and wondered what all the fuss was about