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Out of Sequence A transaction that printed late; may include the following types of transactions: Cash (only) Market, Average Price Trade, Next Day (only) Market, and Sold.

Cash (only) Market - A security settling in cash all day on a participant or consolidated basis, such as a Common, Preferred, or Right that is nearing expiration. This type of settlement is similar to a Cash Trade, except that Cash (only) Market trades qualify to update a security's trading range (high, low, last) during the day. Participants can elect to report different settlements in the same security during the day based on their own settlement requirements. For example, one participant can report trades as Cash (only) Market trades while another participant can report trades as regular or next day settlement. For Network B bonds, Cash (only) Market can be used to report transactions in a regular way market.
Average Price Trade - A trade where the price reported is based upon an average of the prices for transactions in a security during all or any portion of the trading day.
Next Day (only) Market - The same as a Cash (only) Market trade but the settlement is on the next day.
Sold - Indicates that a trade was reported out of sequence and at a different time than the actual transaction time.

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