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100A New companies start at one of the prices in this area
90A This is an ordinary point on the stock market
60H Certificates in the yellow zone do not count towards the player's certificate limit
40H Certificates in the orange zone do not count towards the player's certificate limit. Players may also hold more than 60% of any corporation in this area.
30H The brown zone has all the features of the yellow and orange zones. In addition, players may buy any number of shares from the open market (or one from the initial offering) in a single stock round turn.
  Companies close if they move into this area.
110E The ledge divides the stock market into two parts. When shares are sold, the ledge can affect the normal movement of a company token.

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