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Treasury offerings of additional amounts of outstanding issues, rather than an entirely new issue. A reopened issue will always have the same maturity date, CUSIP number, and interest rate as the original issue.
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After a period of suspended trade, an indication by an exchange or regulator that trade may resume. Reopening often occurs half an hour after trading is suspended, but this is not a hard-and-fast rule.
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The opening of trading in a security or futures contract in which trading was earlier suspended. For example, exchange officials may suspend trading in a security until certain information is made public. Following a public announcement of the information, trading in the security will resume.
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