execution

execution
The process of completing an order to buy or sell securities. Once a trade is executed (see: execution), it is reported by a Confirmation Report; settlement (payment and transfer of ownership) occurs in the U.S. between one ( mutual funds) and three ( stocks) days after an order is executed. The time varies greatly across countries. In France, for example settlements are only once per month. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary

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execute ex‧e‧cute [ˈekskjuːt] verb [transitive]
1. to do what is written in a contract, plan etc:

• The directors make the decisions but the managers have to execute them.

• UK companies with a proven management ability to execute a business plan

2. COMPUTING when a computer executes a program or command (= instruction ) , it makes the program or command work:

• To make it easier, you can create a shell script to execute the program and invoke that.

— execution noun [uncountable] :

• the solicitor's execution of the will

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execution UK US /ˌeksɪˈkjuːʃən/ noun [U]
the act of doing or performing something in a planned way: »

Effective operations managers require advanced skills in design, planning, and execution.

the execution of sth »

The landlord may exclude the tenant from occupation, but only for a reasonable time, and only if to do so is essential for the execution of the work.

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the execution of an agreement/strategy/contract

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the execution of a deed/policy/will

in execution »

The concept of the new Arts Centre was impressive, but it fell short in execution.

See also WRIT OF EXECUTION(Cf. ↑writ of execution)
STOCK MARKET the act of buying or selling shares, etc.: »

The quality of market systems is measured by the competitiveness of their pricing, the speed of execution and investor confidence in the integrity and fairness of the process.

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When circumstances indicate that a particular broker is in a position to obtain the best price and execution, the order is placed with that broker.

the act of being successful with your business plans: »

We are looking for someone who is good at planning and capable of successful execution.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • EXECUTION — (Civil), laws concerning methods of recovering a debt. Definition and Substance of the Concept In Jewish law, a debt or obligation (ḥiyyuv) creates in favor of the creditor not only a personal right of action against the debtor, but also a right… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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