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Island

An electronic network used to execute limit orders on the NYSE, NASDAQ, and American Stock Exchange, among others. The Island matches limit orders for execution; if a matching order is not available, an order is displayed on the Island until one is found.

Island

A major electronic communications network that attempts to match investor orders to buy and sell NYSE, ASE, and Nasdaq National Market System and SmallCap securities. Orders that cannot be immediately matched are displayed as limit orders until matched, cancelled, or expiration. Only limit orders placed by subscribing broker-dealers are accepted by Island.
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Mr Walker, founded Iceland in 1970, setting up the first Iceland shop in Shropshire.
Mr Walker, who was cleared of any wrongdoing in selling his shares, went on to form a rival frozen food retailer, called Cooltrader - Iceland saw its fortunes slide under a new name, The Big Food Group.
A number of ex-Iceland staff are rumoured to have joined him, including five senior executives and also the deputy manager of the Iceland store in Wrexham.
The Secret Tour of Iceland comes as part of Share the Secret, the latest creative drive from Inspired by Iceland, the countries annual tourism initiative.
Like-for-like sales at Iceland Foods stores which have been open for more than a year rose by 4.
It is thought the move could fuel interest from Iceland founder and chief executive Malcolm Walker, who already owns 24 per cent of the company, alongside other members of management.
But Grimsson insisted on Thursday that Iceland would live up to its international obligations, despite his veto.
On July 23, Iceland applied to join the EU, a week after Iceland's parliament voted in favor of accession to the 27-nation bloc.
And with few native industries, Iceland was in no position to get hard currency through trade.
We see Iceland as the world's laboratory for a decarbonized future," says Ingibjorg Solrun Gisladottir, the country's foreign minister and former mayor of Reykjavik.
We see Iceland as the rids laboratory for a decarbonized future, says Ingibjorg Solrun Gisladottir, the country s foreign minister and former mayor of Reykjavik.
Iceland Naturally, which promotes Icelandic products and travel to Iceland, has launched a dedicated UK website.