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..that a transaction occurs out of line when offers to sell exceeds bids to buy by far: AGI occurred this morning with highest offer to sell @ 545, but relatively large transaction goes @ 560c. Does something in the system exist (which I am not aware of) which would make this possible? Else, I think of maybe the buyer forgot to adjust his 560c bid to buy to existing/current market levels?
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Hi Mr C I cannot give you a definate answer , but i believe that the Traders talk to another. It is all part of master puzzle and we are the small "Ponds" in it.... If you followed the AMS trade on friday... There were 1 AMS share offered for sale ,way below the market ruling price and bid price....
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