java – terminate or break Java 8 stream loop

I have a Java 8 stream loop with the following content:

    void matchSellOrder(Market market, Order sellOrder) {
        System.out.println("selling " + market.pair() + " : " + sellOrder);

        market.buyOrders()
                .stream()
                .filter(buyOrder -> buyOrder.price >= sellOrder.price)
                .sorted(BY_ASCENDING_PRICE)
                .forEach((buyOrder) -> {
                    double tradeVolume = Math.min(buyOrder.quantity, sellOrder.quantity);
                    double price = buyOrder.price;

                    buyOrder.quantity -= tradeVolume;
                    sellOrder.quantity -= tradeVolume;

                    Trade trade = new Trade.Builder(market, price, tradeVolume, Trade.Type.SELL).build();
                    CommonUtil.convertToJSON(trade);

                    if (sellOrder.quantity == 0) {
                        System.out.println("order fulfilled");
                        // break loop there
                    }
                });
    }

How can I get out of the loop when a condition is met? What’s the right way to close the stream anyway?

[~ ~ #] update [~ ~ #]

I was abusing the flow technique by assuming it was a loop, it’s not designed for that. Here is the code I finished using the answer given below:

        List<Order> applicableSortedBuyOrders = market.buyOrders()
                .stream()
                .filter(buyOrder -> buyOrder.price >= sellOrder.price)
                .sorted(BY_ASCENDING_PRICE)
                .collect(toList());

        for(Order buyOrder : applicableSortedBuyOrders){
            double tradeVolume = Math.min(buyOrder.quantity, sellOrder.quantity);
            double price = buyOrder.price;

            buyOrder.quantity -= tradeVolume;
            sellOrder.quantity -= tradeVolume;

            Trade trade = new Trade.Builder(market, price, tradeVolume, Trade.Type.SELL).build();
            CommonUtil.printAsJSON(trade);

            if (sellOrder.quantity == 0) {
                System.out.println("order fulfilled");
                break;
            }
        }

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