PARI PASSU is to do or apply something at an equal pace or rate. In finance, it is used in reference to two classes of securities or obligations that have equal entitlement to payment.
CASH PORTION is that percentage of assets consisting of the legal tender of the amounts in question; the balance of which is the non-cash portion; an example, a transaction where a corporation is acquired via a combination of cash and stock.
BLOCK TRADE is a purchase or sale of a large quantity of stock of 10,000 shares or more. For purposes of NASD Rule 6541 regarding Limit Order Protection, a block trade is defined as one for 10,000 shares or more and greater than $20,000 in value.
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