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Best Execution refers to an investment service firm's obligation to execute [[orders]] on behalf of customers and to ensure that the prices those orders receive reflect the best mix of price improvement, speed and likelihood of execution. [[Brokers]] are obligated to send orders to venues with the optimal "best execution stats."
Best Execution refers to an investment service firm's obligation to execute [[orders]] on behalf of customers and to ensure that the prices those orders receive reflect the best mix of price improvement, speed and likelihood of execution.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.sec.gov/investor/pubs/tradexec.htm|name=|org=SEC|date=April 28, 2008}}</ref>
 
[[Brokers]] are obligated to send orders to venues with the optimal "best execution stats."


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