At the opening order

The financial definition for At the opening order:

In context of general equities, market order or limited price order that is to be executed at the opening (and corresponding price) of the stock or not at all, and any such order or portion thereof not so executed is to be treated as cancelled.

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Buy on opening

Buy on opening
Buying at the beginning of a trading session at a price within the opening range.

Delayed opening

Delayed opening
Postponement of the start of trading in a stock until correction of a gross imbalance in buy and sell orders. Such an imbalance is likely to follow on the heels of a significant event such as a takeover offer. See: Suspended trading.

Held at the opening

Held at the opening
Used for listed equity securities. Not open for trading because specialists or regulators are not allowing trading to occur until imbalances dissipate or news is disseminated.

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On the opening order
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