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Meaning of “tap stock” in the English Dictionary

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tap stocknoun [C or U]

uk   us   GOVERNMENT, FINANCE, STOCK MARKET
British ​governmentbonds made ​available over a ​period of ​time, whenever the ​governmentfeels it ​needs to make them ​available: The Bank of England ​takesunsoldstock on to its own ​books and then ​sells this as a ​tapstock over a ​period of ​time.
(Definition of tap stock from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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