- Market indication; willingness to go both ways ( buy or sell) at the mentioned volume and market. print; up on the ticker tape, confirming that the trade has been executed. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary
* * *up up [ʌp] adverbif a computer, machine etc is up, it is working normally and not broken:
• Is the network up now?— opposite down1
* * *Ⅰ.up UK US /ʌp/ adverb► towards a higher value, number, or level: »
Share prices moved up slowly yesterday.»
Pushing the number of unit sales up every quarter can't be continued indefinitely.► if a level or amount is up, it has increased: »
The cost of insurance is up quite a lot this year.up 5%, 20%, etc. on sth »
Last year the company's turnover was up 3% on the previous year.► in a state of being together with other similar things: »
Add up the column of figures.► to an end or state of being complete: »
Finish up this report before you leave tonight.»
I'd like to wind up the meeting by thanking you for coming.● up for sth — Cf. up for sth● up to sth — Cf. up to sthⅡ.up UK US /ʌp/ adjective [after verb] IT► if a computer, system, etc. is up, it is operating normally: »
The system is up again, so we have to get back to work.»
Do you know when the network will be up again?● up and running — Cf. up and runningⅢ.up UK US /ʌp/ noun● on the up (and up) — Cf. on the up and up● on the up and up — Cf. on the up and up● ups and downs — Cf. ups and downsⅣ.up UK US /ʌp/ verb [T] (-pp-) INFORMAL► to increase something such as a price: »
We won't be able to make a profit on the deal without upping the sale price.»
It looks like tax rates are going to be upped again.
Financial and business terms. 2012.