order book


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Noun1.order book - a printed copy of the order of the day
order of the day - the order of business for an assembly on a given day
2.order book - a book in which customers' orders are entered; usually makes multiple copies of the order
book, volume - physical objects consisting of a number of pages bound together; "he used a large book as a doorstop"
Translations

order book

ncopiacommissione m inv
to have a full order book → avere molte ordinazioni
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Order book up 16% YoY, helped by seismic exploration.
orders that are not resubmitted to the order book after a trading interruption or volatility break -- has also been reduced to less than one millisecond on average, which Deutsche Borse claims is 50% faster than before.
The decline resulted from the timing of deliveries in the order book.
The group's order book also stands at pounds 3bn, up from pounds 2.5bn a year ago but slightly down on June's figure of pounds 3.2bn.
SUPPORT services and building group Carillion defied the worsening economic climate with a booming order book and a 55% hike in annual profits.
Domestic and overseas orders continue to be hit by the global economic slowdown, with firms' perceptions of total order book levels no better than in October, the weakest for five years.
"But the order book continues to increase, because we are starting from extremely high levels," Asked about the worst case scenario for the group's order book if airlines cancel or defer deliveries, Mr Leahy said it could involve 27 per cent at most.
THE specialist contracting division of Ruthin-based concrete manufacturing and installation company, RPC, has announced a forward order book worth more than pounds 1m for pre-Christmas work.
The order book now stands at pounds 2.8bn against pounds 2.26bn last year."
Four months ago, Marconi was boasting a pounds 6 billion order book, and of plans to build a new headquarters in Coventry which they said would create 2,000 jobs.
BRITAIN'S buoyant manufacturing industry has seen its strongest order book level for nearly three decades thanks to robust demand from overseas buyers, according to a report.
Devexperts GmbH, developers of retail and institutional trading platforms and providers of cloud based financial data infrastructures, and Velox Pro, experts in market depth visualization, today announced the launch of Bookmap for Devexperts, a visualization tool based on real-time Nasdaq TotalView and Nasdaq Last Sale data that gives financial market participants a unique insight into the order book and trades for all US equities, the company said.