Fitch Sheet

DEFINITION of 'Fitch Sheet'

A data sheet containing historical listings of trades for a security. The fitch sheet shows a variety of transaction details, including the price, volume, time of trade and on which exchange the deal was executed.

BREAKING DOWN 'Fitch Sheet'

Fitch sheets are typically obtained from financial data banks such as Quotron. The information contained in the sheet is used for a variety of reasons, such as confirming a historical trade, running analysis on the security or being examined by a regulator for suspicious activity.

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