All Or None

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Definition: All Or None

All Or None

Quick Summary of All Or None

A order to a broker to buy or sell the entire amount of the order in one transaction or not deal at all.

What is the dictionary definition of All Or None?

Dictionary Definition

  1. A stipulation of a buy or sell order which instructs the broker to either fill the whole order or don’t fill it at all; but in the latter case, don’t cancel it, as the broker would if the order were “fill or kill”.
  2. A term used in underwriting indicating that if the underwriter isn’t able to sell all the shares offered, then the offering will be canceled.

Related Phrases

any part of order
all-or-none underwriting

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Definition Sources

Definitions for All Or None are sourced/syndicated and enhanced from:

  • A Dictionary of Economics (Oxford Quick Reference)
  • Oxford Dictionary Of Accounting
  • Oxford Dictionary Of Business & Management

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