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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.
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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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"I had a simple task out there to try to find a way to win and I wasn't able to find that today," the 25-year-old Raonic, who dropped serve five times, told a news conference.
Jamie then dropped serve again but a third break of the Belgians left Andy serving for the set and he made no mistake.
Kuznetsova, the seventh seed, dropped serve in the sixth and eighth games and went down to the loss on the first of two match points for her Spanish opponent.
After breaking Murray to get a chance to serve for the match and a spot in the Australian Open semifinals for an 11th consecutive year, Federer dropped serve.
The 19-year-old took the seventh game but the unforced errors that peppered her performance on Friday evening would prevent her from building on her confident start to the set, as she dropped serve in the 11th game as Li took a 6-5 advantage.
He was quickly tackled by security staff and wrestled to the ground, but Nadal appeared shaken as he promptly dropped serve.
Despite coasting through the first set, she then dropped serve for the first time in the tournament, being broken three times in the second set, trailed 0-2 in the third and fought off two break points that would have seen her slip to 0-3.
The British number two held serve twice but, once she dropped serve for the first time in the sixth game with a poor drop shot, the floodgates opened.
Neither player had dropped serve all week but Djokovic started sloppily, with Federer breaking in the opening game.
She dropped serve three times in a row to hand her opponent the first set.
The two opponents were otherwise evenly matched, but Dimitrov's mistakes often resulted in dropped serve and Wawrinka handily won in straight sets.