Last year, Redburn introduced the world to the concept of the ‘Order Entry Requirement’, or The smallest order that could be sent to a venue and still achieve a successful outcome. The idea is that for orders below a particular size it is not worth interacting with certain venues. Although this seems intuitive – there’s no point sending a small order to a block venue – quantifying the value is far more difficult.
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