Split print

Split print

Block trade printed at two different prices. Often used in dividend rolls to get an average price equal to the dividend.

Split Print

A large trade (of over 10,000 shares or with a value over $200,000) that is reported as separate trades at different prices on an exchange's ticker.
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Several of the largest media companies have split print and broadcast operations into separate business entities.
Printers with separate black and colour cartridges are more economical for unevenly split print jobs.
An operator could then could create a booklet via Velocity's imposition technology and split print the document using Velocity Balance(TM), sending standard pages and tabs to the Canon iR 110 and color covers to the Ricoh Aficio Color 6513 (runs up to 140 lb.