Buy The Book

Business / Finance / Buy The Book: An order, typically from a large institutional investor to a broker to purchase all the shares available at the market from the specialist and other brokers and dealers at the current offer price. The book refers to the record a specialist kept before the advent of computers.

Other Words for Book

Book Noun Synonyms: volume, tome, work, publication, hard-cover, soft-cover, paperback
Book Verb Synonyms: engage, reserve, earmark, ticket, order, register, enrol, list, enlist, log, record, post
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Other Words for Buy

Buy Verb Synonyms: purchase, acquire, obtain, get, procure, gain, come by, secure
Buy Noun Synonyms: purchase, acquisition
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Other Words for The

The Adjective Synonyms: drama, the stage, dramaturgy, dramatic or Thespian or histrionic art(s), the boards, show business, showbiz
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Pulling The Goalie

Entertainment / Ice Hockey / Pulling The Goalie: When a team is down by one goal and they are running out of time, they might take the goalie off the ice and replace him with an attacking player. This is known as pulling the goalie. Of course the do MORE

Pulling In Their Horns

Business / Finance / Pulling In Their Horns: Investors selling off positions after a stock or bond market has increased sharply or setting up hedging positions to guard against a negative turn of the market. MORE

Punch The Greens

Entertainment / Golf / Punch The Greens: Another phrase for aerate MORE

Purchasing Power Of The Dollar

Business / Finance / Purchasing Power Of The Dollar: The amount of goods and services that can be exchanged for a dollar as compared with amount of a previous time period. MORE

Push Therapy

Health / Massage / Push Therapy: PUSH Therapy was specifically designed to eliminate pain originating from chronic tension. Therapists learn Soft Pressure Stimulation to treat tissue on a layer-by-layer basis. Techniques are administ MORE

Pure Expectations Theory

Business / Finance / Pure Expectations Theory: A theory that asserts that forward rates exclusively represent the expected future rates. In other words, the entire term structure reflects the market's expectations of future short-term rates. For e MORE

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