Free to trade

Free to trade

Used in the context of general equities. Not subject to any internal (restricted list) or external restrictions on trading; hence, the trader is free to solicit interest.

Free to Trade

In equities, describing a trader on an exchange who is not subject to any restrictions on his/her actions. A trader who is free to trade may make and solicit offers at will.
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He said as per the law, people were free to trade in the Mukula tree in Zambia but that selecting particular firms to trade in the tree was illegal.
If not then we regain our powers of independence both to govern and to be free to trade.
In addition, Kyrgyzstan will be free to trade, provide paid services, invest, as well as to move from one country to another.
As a result, we anticipate a positive market move once the Sukuk is free to trade.
According to the report of the South Africa News Agency, Zimbabwe's Minister of Mines and Mining Development Obert Moses Mpofu said on Saturday, "We are free to trade with all countries, but the Ministry has not signed any contract on uranium with Tehran.
According to the report of South Africa News Agency, Zimbabwe's Minister of Mines and Mining Development Obert Moses Mpofu said, "We are free to trade with all countries, but the Ministry has not signed any contract about uranium with Tehran".
Leeson is free to trade with his own cash but would need authorisation to do so for a bank, something which he said he had no plans to do.
Small shops will still be free to trade without restrictions on Sundays.
Large stores will also continue to close on Easter Sunday, while small shops will still be free to trade without restrictions every Sunday.
After two or three rehearsals, faculty and student are free to trade parts--all the while the faculty can coach style, intonation and technique.
NYSE spokesman Ray Pellecchia said companies have always been free to trade on more than one exchange.