round turn


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Round Trip

In futures and equities, to take a position and then later to close it. For example, an investor who buys a futures contract and then sells it and an investor who short sells a contract and then covers it are both round tripping. The practice is also called a round turn.

round turn

In futures trading, a completed trade involving the purchase and subsequent sale of a position, or the sale and subsequent covering purchase.
References in periodicals archive ?
NEWCASTLE United are attempting to sort out a contractual wrangle with Paul Simpson after Steve Round turned down an offer to join their coaching staff in favour of chancing has arm at becoming a manager.
Goel said of his win: "The round turned out to be just one of the days when it all comes together.
They battle hard round turns one and two before Vettel finally passes in turn four.
The second most popular round turned out to be the .257 Roberts.
Mezaache went for broke and the third round turned into a bar-room brawl with tactics flying out of the window.
The two-and-a-half-hour final round turned out to be a delightful and knowledgeable experience for the quizzing enthusiasts.
Even more so if that second round turns out to be the final one, with the Government dishing out all the remaining money in one go to create a bonanza for smaller firms coming in under the previous pounds 1m limit.
Had they given me a few more points in the first two rounds, I could've pile pressure on Weaver and the picture could've been something else." National coach Gurbax Singh Sandhu agreed with his ward but also said that the two points by Weaver in the dying stages of the first round turned the match in the Briton's favour.
Sluman's round turned on the 455-yard seventh hole when he saved par after driving the ball nearly 75 yards right of the fairway.
Storm did not get much sleep on Thursday night, which turned out to be an omen as after a dream start his second round turned out to be a nightmare.
Barnes said his round turned when he was able to straighten out a hook that plagued him off the tee early in the round.
In December, at the American Society for Cell Biology's annual meeting in San Francisco, the Johns Hopkins team reported that flattened stem cells turned into bone, and cells that remained round turned into fat.