TeachMeFinance.com - explain Take in
Take in -- London Stock Exchange term : when a bargain is
continued or carried over the money lender or bear who buys
the stock for cash and sells it again for the next settlement is
said to take it in. He generally receives a contango rate from
the bull, who "gives on" the stock ; but if the stock is so much
oversold as to be scarce the taker-in pays the bull or lender of
the stock a backwardation.
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