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Aggregated Orders

An aggregated (or "bunched") order consists of a group of orders to buy or sell a specific security.

Aggregated orders are usually entered by a fund manager or portfolio manager buying or selling securities on the basis of portfolio management agreements (conferring powers of attorney with several clients. When aggregated orders are entered, they are assigned a Trade Type[pdf].

Aggregated orders are different from portfolio orders and basket orders, which are orders relating to a number of different securities.