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Going ahead

A broker-dealer trades in a personal account prior to filling the orders of his or her clients. Prohibited by the NASD rules of fair practice. Also see front running

Going Ahead

The act or practice of a broker making a trade on his/her own account before filling a similar order on behalf of a client. Going ahead is considered a form of insider trading and as such is illegal.
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WITH OR WITHOUT YOU: Docklands project will go ahead despite Travellers' objections; BONO: New studio for U2
"Provided the clubs can comply and can guarantee safety of supporters then the match can go ahead as planned."
Cardiff, themselves, meanwhile said discussions remained on-going and they were fully committed to seeing the testimonial go ahead.
Go Ahead's rail operations, which include GTR, Southeastern and London Midland franchises - through subsidiary Govia - all delivered growth.
Tribunal judge Mr Ron Hutchinson said he was satisfied Mr Baugh had been an employee and that he could go ahead with his claims at a full hearing later this year.
Ariffin said she was worried that her father would go ahead and divorce her mother, as he is a hot-tempered man.
According to the chairman of Belgium-based Fortis (FORB.BR), Jozef De Mey, BNP Paribas (BNPP.PA) is likely to go ahead with the purchase of Fortis' assets.
This leaves the Dons with three games on successive nights, against Eredivisie side Vitesse Arnhem tonight, amateur outfit Rietvogels tomorrow and Go Ahead Eagles 24 hours later.
"I nearly cried when the councillors told me it could go ahead.
HAYDOCK Park is one of three of today's jumps meetings that must pass an inspections before racing can go ahead today.
BANGOR, which went ahead against all the odds after four inspections, had been backed at 1-8 to be off on Betfair's Will Racing Go Ahead market.
THE wet spell that has gripped the country for the last couple of days looks set to continue with just four meetings likely to go ahead today.