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Report

Written or oral confirmation that all or part of one's order has been executed, including the price and size parameters of the trade being reported; often followed by a fresh picture.
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Report

1. See: Stockholder's report.

2. Confirmation that a broker makes to a client that an order has been executed. The report includes all relevant information, such as price and order size. It may be made orally or in writing. See also: Fresh picture.
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report

A confirmation of a transaction at the time of execution.
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References in classic literature ?
At sunset she made the usual hypnotic report. Wherever he may be in the Black Sea, the Count is hurrying to his destination.
Harker's hypnotic report at sunrise was still the same.
Harker reported last night and this morning as usual.
"Czarina Catherine reported entering Galatz at one o'clock today."
And it will not matter when the sun set, since I am here with Madam to make report."
When he appeared, I gave him a message to the secretary of the navy, to whom all vessels in service on thirty and one hundred seventy-five report direct.
Then I should make a full report, and with it a demand upon public opinion that the dead lines be wiped forever from the seas.
I appointed a board to investigate and report upon the disaster.
Real-time maintenance decisions can be affected by trends noted in AMSS reports. If those trends are muddled by lack of reporting or by flawed reports, it can cost the Army dollars, time, and resources.
For comparative purposes, the analyst examined the proportions of teenagers retracting Wave 1 reports of less sensitive information than their sexual intentions and behavior.
One-in-10 Ontario students in grades 7-12 reports poor mental health, according to a survey by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (Toronto).
In addition, the AICPA Special Committee on Enhanced Business Reporting established the Public Company EBR Task Force and the Private Company EBR Task Force to research and develop examples of how enhanced business reports may appear.