The orbit correction maneuver to line up Schiaparelli for arrival amounted to 1.4 centimeters per second
Schiaparelli is GO for entry, descent, landing, and surface operations
ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO) is GO for orbit insertion
The burn was executed at 08:45 UTC (unclear if this is spacecraft event time or Earth received time, probably the former), with "a very tiny underperformance from TGO's thrusters but the burn was overall very good"
Another burn is scheduled for 02:42 UTC spacecraft event time on October 17 to shift TGO from Schiaparelli's impact trajectory to TGO's desired orbit insertion trajectory
At the time of ExoMars arrival, the one-way light time between Mars and Earth will be 9 minutes 45 seconds. I've copied the timeline from the press kit below and converted it to various time zones for your convenience. All times below are Earth received time -- so for events at Mars, this is the time we can expect to receive information here on Earth of the events that transpired about 10 minutes before on Mars.