Hybrid Market


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Hybrid Market

An exchange with both a trading floor and electronic trading. That is, a hybrid market allows traders to decide whether to use the open outcry system, in which securities are traded between people who see each other, or to use a computer system to make transactions. A major example is the New York Stock Exchange.
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