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Away from the market
In context of general equities, out of line with the inside market at this time, such as when a bid on a limit order is lower or the offer price is higher than the current market price for the security; held by the specialist for later execution unless FOK. Antithesis of in-line.
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Away from the Market
Describing a quote that is either higher (for an ask) or lower (for a bid) than a security's current price. That is, an away from the market quote, if taken, would move the security's price in one direction or the other. If it is not taken it can lead to a wider bid-ask spread.
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away from the market
Used to refer to a security order at a price not immediately available. A limit order to buy 100 shares of Intel at $37 is away from the market if Intel stock is currently trading at $41 per share.
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