closed out

закрытый; ликвидированный
Ситуация, когда покупатель "на марже" или "короткий" продавец оказывается не в состоянии "покрыть" продажу или внести новую маржу в результате изменения цен на его ценные бумаги. Поэтому он вынужден быстро закрывать позицию или продавать ее брокеру.

Англо-русский словарь по инвестициям. 2014.

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