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Finish

Used in the context of general equities. See: Fill.

Finish

To fill an order. That is, once a broker finishes an order, he executes it according the conditions set forth by the client.
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"I will head back to Europe to finish off with Red Bull and then to Renault.
"We know we are capable of getting results like today and if we stick to our game plan we can finish off any team."
Those who argue that democratization will weaken or finish off the PKK should answer the following question: where is the PKK network strongest?
Drizzle rapeseed oil and salt and pepper over each fillet and place on the barbecue to finish off, turning every few minutes until crispy.
Beautiful brows Finish off by applying Laura Mercier's Brow Powder Duo in ash to really define your brows.
The Wrexham boss says he's looking for extra firepower to finish off chances.
In the first 40 minutes, Lomax showed pace, flair and strength to finish off two great moves, then Francis Meli outjumped the Dragons' defence to stretch the lead further.
Wing Chris Pennell grabbed a consolation with five minutes to go, running strongly to finish off Worcester's best passage of play.
Leke's dismissal for a second yellow card following a strong challenge on Carl Clampitt rocked the visitors and it got worse for them in added time when Sheridan got the slightest of touches to finish off Eddie Jebb's cross.
"Disagreement is natural," he pointed out, adding, that "some parties took advantage of the leaked report to launch a provocative campaign against the Muslim organization." However, the first deputy Secretary General of the Islamic Action Front (IAF), the political wing of Jordan's Muslim Brotherhood, Ruhail Gharaybeh, said, "Parties with links to the government leaked the report, which used escalatory discourse by accusing the government of connivance to finish off the Palestinian cause due to the tense atmosphere in the region." He cautioned that he and a number of the IAF members would tender their resignations if the political and media department, which he personally heads, were to be dissolved.
STUART Broad is hoping to get back in the swing of things today and finish off the New Zealanders.
"If possible, it's always best for us to be able to finish off work with these drills in that span, because the only time you can get them in and out is on the winter (or ice) roads," says Wyeth.