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Cancel

To void an order to buy or sell from (1) the floor, or (2) the trader/salesperson's scope. In Autex, the indication still remains on record as having once been placed unless it is expunged.

Cancel Order

An instruction from an investor to a broker to cancel a previously made order that has not yet been filled. Cancel orders are made when an investor changes his/her mind about making a transaction and decides to make a different one or none at all. It is important to issue a cancel order, especially when the replacement transaction involves the same security. Otherwise, the broker may fill both orders, perhaps resulting in a loss.
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And on all Tuesdays, between May 9 and 31, WY705/6 to Zanizbar and Dar-Es-Salaam also stand cancelled.
"A number of my constituents have told me of how their operations have been cancelled multiple times.
This broken system is vastly inefficient and costly to the taxpayer and it is a vicious circle for the patients who are left to wait - on trolleys in A&E, in acute beds after the acute phase has ended and, worst of all, in pain as their operations are cancelled."
According to the statistics, 77,302 operations in total were cancelled for non-clinical reasons.
Unlike The Canterbury Tales, Tokyo Cancelled never introduces its travelers, so readers are denied the pleasure of observing how each tale reflects on its teller.
In a recent occurrence, the FTB accepted a copy of the bank's stop-payment order that was submitted, along with a replacement check and all penalties and interest were cancelled.
PMs must wrestle with a common cognitive bias for programmatic stability--a preference for keeping programs alive even if they should be cancelled. Interestingly, this bias exists even if you know it's there.
The association was formed in 1999 after the spring bear hunt was cancelled.
Mr Cooke added: "Many people believe this issue has been won because Chancellor Gordon Brown has cancelled debts between Third World countries and the government.
Briarpark round a purchaser willing to pay $11,600,000 for the property if all debts and liens were cancelled. The partnership sold the property and transferred approximately $10,936,000 of net proceeds and $177,500 in cash reserves to the creditor, who cancelled the nonrecourse debt.
Specifically, the legislation that cancelled the existing lease has converted the long-term commercial lease into a month-to-month or a tenancy at will, which only the tenant can cancel.
The party said, Rule 33(e) of INEC Regulations and Guidelines For The Conduct Of Elections, 2019, stipulates that where the number of cancelled votes outnumbers the difference in the vote of a 'leading candidate', such election shall be deemed to be inconclusive.