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1. offset hinges

2. OECD.stat

3. operating cash flow margin

4. One-decision stock

5. Output Producer Price Indices

6. Optimizer

7. official settlements balance

8. Output (economics)

9. orthographic drawing

10. oscillator

11. open-ended loan

12. outside financing

13. Other long-term liabilities

14. Operations research (OR)

15. Ordinary Life Insurance

16. overtime surcharge

17. ordinary loss

18. Own-account Producers

19. Onechicago, LLC

20. Output Editing

21. overall operating ratio

22. off-balance sheet items

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27. order of magnitude

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29. outside studding plate

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33. open plan

34. Offering statement

35. Operating profit (or loss)

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37. Outstanding Debt

38. Oil Reserves

39. offer of judgment

40. Other Non-market Output ESA

41. Original Issue Discount securities (OIDS)

42. option

43. Opinion Survey

44. on budget

45. over the counter market

46. Octotrigintillion

47. Obiter Dictum

48. on the side

49. Off Exchange

50. omnibus clause

51. occupational disease

52. opposition proceeding

53. Old-line factoring

54. OMN

55. Operating System

56. Ostensible Agent

57. Option Pricing Curve

58. owner earnings run rate

59. Offshore Portfolio Investment Strategy - OPIS

60. Ordinary Share

61. option listing agreement

62. original face

63. oxygen

64. Offshore Bank

65. other structures: homeowners policy

66. OECD Consensus

67. Osaka Securities Exchange (OSE)

68. open-end loan

69. obligatory treaty

70. open to buy

71. On the sidelines

72. Oversubscription

73. optional call

74. One Night Stand Investment

75. out of the money

76. outcomes measurement

77. origination process

78. October Effect

79. outlooker

80. Official statement

81. Outsourcing

82. Overnight position

83. Option ARM

84. Order Entry Brokers

85. Operating cycle

86. opening range

87. Official Settlement Account

88. Other Environmental Products

89. Official Misconduct

90. Overpopulation

91. Over-the-Counter Option

92. One-Day Certificate

93. omnibus hearing

94. olive knuckle hinge

95. Offshore fund

96. Operating ratios

97. Originate A Loan

98. oil stone

99. option value

100. optical audio cable

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Fill Or Kill Order (FOK)

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Has various definitions. 1) On some exchanges, a market or limited price order that is to be executed in its entirety as soon as it is represented in the trading crowd, and, if not so executed, is to be treated as canceled. In this context, no partial fills are accepted, and the FOK order is treated as an IOC, Aon order. 2) On other exchanges, a market or limit order that is to be executed by filling the number of shares made available by the first bid or offer, and then canceling any unfilled balance. In this context, a FOK order is treated as an instruction to fill what can be filled by hitting the first bid or offer, and cancel the rest. In this case partial fills are possible, and the FOK order is treated as an IOC, Any Part order. Because of the prevalence of interlisted stocks, the ability of a broker’s trading desk to direct trades to one exchange or another, and the different interpretations the order can have depending on which exchange the order is routed to, use of this type or order is discouraged. Instead, either an IOC AON, or an IOC Any Part, order will get the desired result regardless of the exchange.

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