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Drop

Refers to over-the-counter trading. Remove from OTC trading list; hence, no longer making a market in a security.

Drop

To remove a security from a list of securities for which a dealer serves as a counterparty in the over-the-counter market.
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He scored just three goals last season and has now dropped behind Sam Cosgrove and Curtis Main.
But after the interval Bancroft, who had reached his half-century by pulling the unlucky David Wiese for four, was dropped behind off the same bowler on 59.
The Italy international has never disguised his wish to return home but his professionalism and effort have not dropped behind the scenes.
'But now, we seem to have dropped behind. As such, we have to find ways how to make Malaysia a champion again and become a leader in the industry in the future,' he said to reporters after delivering a keynote address and opening the National ICT Association of Malaysia (Pikom) leadership summit here today.
He dropped behind early on, eventually even losing touch with the trailing grupetto behind the peloton.
Brokhausen, who served 17 years in the US military, was part of a small special operations team dropped behind enemy lines during the Vietnam War to gather information.
The paratroopers were dropped behind enemy lines shortly before other forces stormed the beaches.
On the eve of D-Day, a group of American paratroopers are dropped behind enemy lines to carry out a mission.
Leach continued to make inroads, Hodd being seventh out when the Yorkshire wicketkeeper was caught off bat and pad by Abell, and with Lehmann on 71 with a further 83 required for Somerset to bat again the end did not seem far away, particularly when Plunkett was dropped behind the wicket
A bomb dropped behind our shelter in a garden in Lime Tree Avenue, and another on the corner of Limbrick Avenue.
Its clean and uncluttered narrative captures the atmosphere of a small town with its facade of quiet life that blankets the discontent that bubbles in high-school kids, like Harper, who can't fit in: "She felt as if she'd been dropped in the wrong place and, just as a soldier dropped behind enemy lines could not stay where he landed, she had no intention of staying in Milan."
The SPL's all-time top scorer has now dropped behind Kenny Miller, Jon Daly and Nicky Clark in the pecking order.