mixed lot

Mixed Lot

An order to buy or sell a security that consists of at least one round lot and one odd lot. For example, if one makes an order to buy 153 shares of a security, this is a mixed lot because it combines a round lot (100 shares) with an odd lot (53 shares).

mixed lot

A combination of one or more round lots plus an odd lot.
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It is a mixed lot which enters upon the medical profession, and naturally there are some who are lazy and reckless.
The system determines the optimum pack pattern for each mixed lot based on customer selections.
Filipinos who attended were a mixed lot, all dressed up and who told us they were happy to know that Pinoy food and those who cooked them could prepare such 'classy' (their word) dishes.
99 as part of a mixed lot of six wines) was invitingly sappy and refreshing, but two new wines from the southern hemisphere also took my fancy.
The 72 applicants for small finance bank licences are a mixed lot, indeed, a good number having had nothing to do with banking before.
While IS leadership appears to be mostly Iraqis, its foot soldiers are a mixed lot.
The OREO portfolios held by the four publicly traded banking concerns based in Arkansas are a mixed lot that typify the overall market in the Fayetteville area.
It was a mixed lot of volunteer pickers that turned up Saturday to glean the trees - on a day with a 90 percent chance of rain forecast.
A twelve-bottle mixed lot of Soldera Brunello went for $6150 verus a high estimate of $3000, while an 18-bottle vertical of Gaja Sori San Lorenzo also achieved $7995, over 30% higher than its high estimate.
equipment and services to the industry are a mixed lot when it comes to press relations.
Novels and biographies based on missionaries have been a mixed lot.
The photographs provided are a mixed lot and contribute little to the book's impact.
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