ORDINARY COURSE OF BUSINESS Definition

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ORDINARY COURSE OF BUSINESS is the actions or results that would logically be expected in the regular or planned operating activities of a business as opposed to extra-ordinary transactions or activities, e.g. trade liabilities, capital asset procurement or revenue and its sources.

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MINIMUM QUOTE SIZE REQUIREMENT, NASD Rule 6650, is the minimum size at which a market maker is permitted to display bid or offers in the BBX. The minimum size required depends on the price of the stock. For example, all quotes on the OTCBB priced under $0.50 have a minimum quote size of 5,000 shares.

P&A, dependent upon usage, can be: Parts & Accessories, Pay & Allowances, Personnel & Administration, or Price & Availability.

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