Execute an order or buy or sell a security or commodity.
Used when an order to buy or sell is executed.
When an order has been completely executed, it is described as filled.
Completing an order to buy or sell.
The execution of a stop loss or limit order.
The fill is the price that an order is executed. For instance, one would say that stock X filled at price Y.
When the total number of shares of an open order is traded, in complete fulfillment of the total volume of the order.
The complete trade execution of an order to buy or sell the entire volume of the order. An order is considered "filled" when the total number of contracts is bought or sold. If less than the order's full volume has been executed, it is known as a "partial fill."
The execution of an order and the price it is executed at.
Used to describe when a market order is completed or executed, commonly expressed as having been “filled.
Execution of an opening or closing order
The process of completing a customer's order to buy or sell a currency pair.
A syringe injection of saline into the submuscular port in order to increase the pressure of the band around the stomach. This is the process that allows doctors to adjust the pressure of the band, thus affecting the amount of food patients are able to eat and how quickly their food drops into the lower stoma. Fills are usually first given 6-8 weeks post-op. Most patients find that they need several fills before feeling a significant level of restriction.
An executed order.
To execute a client order. If the fill is less than the total amount of the order is executed, it is known as a partial fill.
or "Filled" - A deal executed on behalf of a Customer's Account pursuant to an Order. Once filled, an Order cannot be canceled, amended or waived by Customer.
Price of order execution.
The execution of a client's order to buy or sell a security. An order is considered filled when the total number of shares is completely bought or sold. If less than the order's full amount is executed, it is known as a "partial fill." See: Execution
When a client order is completely executed it is considered filled.
The execution of an order on the derivatives market.
The price at which an order is executed.
The action of completing or satisfying an order for a security or commodity.
A deal that has been executed on behalf of a Customer's Account given a Customer's Order. Once filled, an Order cannot be canceled, amended or waived by Customer.