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  • v. Present participle of outpace.

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Examples

  • Henry Schwartz notes for WhatsTrading.com today: Genworth shares are down 16% to the $8 range after pre-announcing a loss and option volume is extremely heavy this morning, running 18x normal pace with calls outpacing puts 34K to 6K in the first 90mins of trading.

  • Options on Crocs were changing hands at a fairly rapid clip, with trading in calls outpacing that in puts by more than 3-to-1.

    Forbes.com: News

  • Its total option volume this morning is more than twice the daily average, with calls outpacing puts by 2 to 1.

  • Right out of the gate today the option volume exceeds the daily average, with calls outpacing puts by 10 to 1.

    What's Behind Corning Call Sales? -- Seeking Alpha

  • Do you expect average weekly sales will again kind of outpacing stores sales at some point there in the year and if so what should bask us?

    Retail Sector and Stocks Analysis from Seeking Alpha

  • In a report last month, he warned that the Somali piracy crisis is "outpacing"

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  • But he did point out a recent IDC report showing Dell "outpacing" the rest of the PC industry.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • Amazon: Kindle titles outpacing hardcovers (Dinosaur Media

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  • That year, almost a dozen companies valued at $100 million or more, representing some $46 billion in market capitalization—including toymaker Mattel Inc. and commercial printer R.R. Donnelley & Sons Co.— switched to Nasdaq, outpacing transfers from Nasdaq to the Big Board, according to Issuer Advisory Group LLC, which advises companies on their relationships with exchanges.

    Amid Exchange War, Nasdaq Loses a Battle

  • Foreign governments are recognizing that the rise in commodity prices is outpacing economic growth as a whole.

    Nationalist Tide Rises for Resources

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