TeachMeFinance.com - explain Buying in
Buying in -- The act of purchasing stock to enable the return
of stock that has been borrowed. The term buying in also applies when property at public
vendue (auction) is bought by parties in interest because a
high enough price has not been offered for it.
The term buying in applies when at a foreclosure sale the
property is bought for parties in interest. In the sale at foreclosure
of a railroad the road may be and generally is bought
in the interest of its security holders.
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