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        What is the time-in-force and pre-market and post-market

        For the order period, investors can choose the order validity period Time-in-force when placing an order. Choices include Day and Good-Till-Cancel.

        1. Day

        The order is valid until the day of closing, and unfilled orders will be cancelled after closing (04:00 SGT/05:00 SGT).

        1.1 Short selling is only available for day orders.
         

        2. Good-Till-Cancel

        2.1 The order will continue to be effective until the order is fully executed, cancelled or the order fails. Investors can place a pending order at an ideal price in advance.

        The maximum order period is maintained at 90 natural days and order will be automatically cancelled after the deadline.

         

        3. Pre-market and post-market

        U.S. stock trading hours include pre-market trading hours, regular trading hours and post-market trading hours. Investors can choose whether to allow pre-market and post-market to take effect when placing orders.

        3.1 Allow Fill outside RTH

        Orders will be matched during the pre- and post-market period and the regular trading period. Unfilled orders during the pre-market period will automatically be transferred to the regular trading period, and unfilled orders during the regular trading period will also be automatically transferred to the post-market period.

        3.2 Fill outside RTH is not allowed

        Orders will only be matched during regular trading hours.