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The closing imbalance, also known as the market-on-close (MOC) imbalance, is the difference between the number of buy and sell orders scheduled to be executed at the market close. This imbalance can cause significant price movements in the last few minutes of trading as market participants react to the information.  It is important for all traders to understand how the largest stock markets in the world close their markets.

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