Imbalance of orders
Definition: [crh] Used for listed equity securities. Too many market orders of one kind-buy or to sell or limit orders toDefinition: buy up or sell down, without matching orders of the opposite kind. An imbalance usually follows a dramatic event such as a takeover, research recommendation, or death Definition: of a key executive, or a government ruling that will significantly affect the company's business. If it occurs before the stock exchange Definition: opens, trading in the stock is delayed. If it occurs during the trading day, the specialist halts and theDefinition: n suspends trading (with floor governor's approval) until enough matching orders can be found to make an orderly market.
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