Examples of Normal Market Size in a sentence
We reserve the right to refuse an Order which is larger than the Normal Market Size.
Normal Market Size means the maximum number of Underlying Instruments that we reasonably believe the Underlying Market to be good in at the relevant time.
Where an Expiry Transaction is in excess of four (4) times the Normal Market Size, or where any number of such Expiry Transactions are together in excess of (4) times the Normal Market Size, and where such Expiry Transaction(s) has not already been Closed Out prior to the Last Dealing Time, we reserve the right to automatically roll over the Expiry Transaction(s) to the next contract period where we reasonably believe it is in your best interests or the best interests of our Clients as a whole to do so.
We will inform you of the Normal Market Size for a particular Transaction if requested by you.
Our Quote for a Transaction equal to or greater than Normal Market Size is not guaranteed to be within any specific percentage of any Underlying Market or related market quotation and our acceptance of your Order may be subject to special conditions and requirements that we will notify you at the time we accept your Order.