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Sigma KEE - GTCOrder

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(documentation GTCOrder EnglishLanguage "Good-'til-cancelled (GTC) order is a type of limit order that remains in effect until it is either executed (filled) or cancelled, as opposed to a day order, which expires if not executed by the end of the trading day. A GTC option order is an order which if not executed will be automatically cancelled at the option's expiration") FinancialOntology.kif 2872-2876
(subAttribute GTCOrder FinancialOrder) FinancialOntology.kif 2871-2871

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(termFormat ChineseLanguage GTCOrder "GTC订单") domainEnglishFormat.kif 26829-26829
(termFormat ChineseTraditionalLanguage GTCOrder "GTC訂單") domainEnglishFormat.kif 26828-26828
(termFormat EnglishLanguage GTCOrder "GTC order") domainEnglishFormat.kif 26827-26827


        (attribute ?Order GTCOrder)
        (agreementPeriod ?Order ?Period))
        (exists (?Execute)
                (instance ?Execute FillingAnOrder)
                (patient ?Execute ?Order)
                    (WhenFn ?Execute) ?Time)
                (overlapsTemporally ?Time ?Period)))
        (exists (?Cancel)
                (instance ?Cancel CancellingAnOrder)
                (patient ?Cancel ?Order)
                    (WhenFn ?Cancel) ?End)
                (finishes ?End ?Period)))))
FinancialOntology.kif 2878-2894


    (attribute ?Order AONOrder)
        (instance ?Order DayOrder)
        (instance ?Order GTCOrder)))
FinancialOntology.kif 2865-2869
    (attribute ?Order OCOOrder)
        (attribute ?Order DayOrder)
        (attribute ?Order GTCOrder)))
FinancialOntology.kif 2938-2942

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