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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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The top losers in ADX in that time period were National Bank of Fujairah, dropping 46 per cent, Union Arab Bank dropping 38.2 per cent, AXA Green Crescent Insurance Company dropping 33.7 per cent, Commercial Bank International dropping 31 per cent, and Emirates Insurance Company dropping 20.9 per cent from February to April.
Poultry diet contributes a lot to the colour of the dropping. Birds that are fed on leafy greens like sukuma wiki (collard greens) or grass may have green droppings.
Dropping off checked baggage at a self-service bag drop unit reduces the customeraACAOs queueing time at the airport and speeds up the start of the journey,aACA[yen] says Johanna Bagge, Director, Helsinki Airport Customer Service.
BOARD UNDERFILM PART DROPS TO COMMENTS NUMBER PRESENT LOCATION FAILURE 1 No U2 104 Stopped dropping at 140 drops with four of five parts failed.
- The Southwest Times, Liberal - Formerly the Southwest Daily Times, scaled back early last year to Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, dropping Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Figure 8 shows how I got started dropping things [5-7].
Gradually, encouraged by camp directors seeking to reduce expenses, some insurance advisors began to recommend dropping Blanket Accident and Sickness Medical insurance in favor of using the camper family's health insurance.
And, in fact, April appears to finding the export market dropping.
The petitioners say the exhibit avoids the human cost of dropping the bomb.
Finally, many school personnel assumed that the dropout problem was largely a function of students dropping out prior to functionally beginning their studies in high school (i.e., prior to the ninth week of the first semester of the freshman year) and, therefore, beyond the control of the high school personnel.
In early May, Chancellor James Moeser announced that UNC is dropping its early admissions practice, which had only been in place for three years.
Dear is sufficiently judgmental h imself to question whether the dropping of the atom bomb was justified, and to decide that it was not.