execute order


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execute order

1. An order issued by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, by the authority and at the direction of the Secretary of Defense, to implement a National Command Authorities decision to initiate military operations.
2. An order to initiate military operations as directed. Also called EXORD.
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We welcome continuous trading giving investors the ability to respond to regional market movements, and flexibility to execute orders any time during the trading day.
By drawing on its broad reach and market share throughout Europe, CA Cheuvreux has created a European crossing network for equities where clients can execute orders from their desktops, reducing latency and optimising execution.
Most firms will execute orders from customers for small, thinly traded stocks - but only if the broker doesn't solicit the trade.
Timeslice allows foreign exchange traders to execute orders over a period of time with minimal market notice or impact.
MPM's matching platform will execute orders at the midpoint price of the National Best Bid and Offer (NBBO) throughout the trading day (currently 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM ET).
Visitors to the IBSN and Pivot Solutions booths will be able to see how a trader sending orders -- over desktops or handheld devices -- can instantly uncover the best opportunities, execute orders at any number of destinations, and quickly receive execution confirmations.
SIG may make a market in securities mentioned here and in its capacity as specialist and/or market maker may execute orders on a principal basis in the subject securities.
Algorithm Trading Solutions' software driven execution often reduces these costs by presenting orders far more efficiently than legacy trading desks, which overwhelmingly rely on traders to execute orders.
Innovative solutions from i2 can help address retail's toughest industry challenges and assist companies to plan merchandise lifecycles to lower inventory and improve shelf availability, control price to increase sales, execute orders to improve customer service, optimize transportation to improve efficiency and manage information to drive business performance.
Even a simple MES can provide a manufacturer with value, however, as manufacturers continue to outsource individual processes there is greater need for software like VISUAL*eyes to manage and execute orders across the virtual factory.