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trading

Vox populi The exchange of one thing of value for another. See Insider trading.
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The trading company will purchase the current inventory and pay the client in the form of a trade credit.
But we are far below even middle-of-the-road trading countries such as France (50 percent) and Germany (58 percent), to say nothing of Ireland (161 percent) and Singapore (313 percent).
The buy-sides algorithmic trading spending figures will rise at a CAGR of 18.
general media indicate that some journalists believe that program trading denotes any computer system which appears to carry out an actual trading decision on behalf of the trader.
Table 1: European front office trading and market data technology spend
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NEW YORK -- Leading trading and technology firms, Schonfeld Group Holdings, LLC and Lightspeed Holdings, LLC, today announced the two companies have signed a letter of intent to merge their retail trading operations into what will represent one of the largest companies dedicated to the professional trader.
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