Definitions for order book
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order paper, order book(noun)
a printed copy of the order of the day
a book in which customers' orders are entered; usually makes multiple copies of the order
An order book is a business's list of open, unshipped, customer orders, normally time-phased and valued at actual individual order prices, that may include margin and profitability analysis. The term may also refer to the order book utilized in trading to maintain the outstanding orders.
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Unless order book growth picks up, factories will inevitably soon turn to cutting jobs in order to bring capacity down in line with weaker demand.
Another common practice on the Investor Desk was to cut and paste details of Citibank's order book on to Bloomberg chats at the request of customers.
I haven't got an order book. We don't know if revenue will continue at the current rate or whether it will decline, what is Hunting going to deliver in terms of profitability? I haven't got a clue.
With inflows of new orders slowing sharply, there's a good chance that production growth will deteriorate further in December, unless order book growth picks up, factories will inevitably soon turn to cutting jobs in order to bring capacity down in line with weaker demand.
I think we know well that the A380 market is untested when it comes to second-hand aircraft, what we do know is that the order book of the A380 is weak and ... that some current users wish to sell their existing planes. On top of that situation, where everyone knows that in 2017 or the year after some aircraft are coming back to the market, you have the recipe for a correction in terms of lease pricing.
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