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Frequently Asked Questions
 How does a market participant submit an equity trade Clearly Erroneous filing to MarketWatch?
Identification Number 1618
A Clearly Erroneous trade filing must be transmitted online to MarketWatch within a certain time period, depending on when the alleged erroneous trade was executed.
    • An Erroneous trade filing must be transmitted online to MarketWatch within 30 minutes of the time the alleged erroneous trade was executed.
    • Additional time to file is given for an "Outlier Transaction". In the case of an Outlier Transaction, a Nasdaq official may at its sole discretion, and on a case-by-case basis, consider requests received pursuant to this rule after 30 minutes, but not longer than 60 minutes after the execution time of the transaction in question, depending on the facts and circumstances surrounding such request.
To view the Clearly Erroneous Filing Electronic Submission online, click here.
Publication Date*: 1/14/2020 Mailto Link Identification Number: 1618
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