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Hi,

Earlier i wanted to buy some shares on DMA for Cohort (CHRT).

Buy orders were at 542 and sell orders at 560

I attempted to put in a buy order on exchange at 545, but as soon i clicked confirm the order got deleted. I tried again at 544 and at 546, but again they were deleted. I found that it was accepted at 542 (which was the current highest buy order).

Why was i not able/allowed to put in the buy order at 545 or 546?

Thanks

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