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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS .....................................................................................................5 TRADING………………………………………………………….30………………………….7 1.1 INTRODUCTION .....................................................................................................................7 1.2 NEAT SYSTEM .....................................................................................................................9 1.3 MARKET TYPES ....................................................................................................................9 1.3.1 Normal Market..............................................................................................................9 1.3.2 Odd Lot Market.............................................................................................................9 1.3.3 RETDEBT Market .........................................................................................................9 1.3.4 Auction Market............................................................................................................10 1.4 CORPORATE HIERARCHY ....................................................................................................10 1.5 LOCAL DATABASE ..............................................................................................................10 1.6 MARKET PHASES ................................................................................................................11 1.6.1 Opening.......................................................................................................................11 1.6.2 Open Phase .................................................................................................................11 1.6.3 Market…...

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