Definition of "market-on-close"
  1. A command to purchase or sell at the conclusion of a trade session within the final range of prices
How to use "market-on-close" in a sentence
  1. He placed a market-on-close order hoping to benefit from the day's final prices.
  2. As the economic forecast looked increasingly unstable, she decided to put a market-on-close order.
  3. Opting for a market-on-close sale can help limit potential losses, given the market volatility.

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