side-by-side trading

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Side-by-side trading

Trading a security and an option on the same security on the same exchange.

Side-by-Side Trading

The practice of buying or selling a security while also buying or selling an option on that security at the same time. The SEC watches side-by-side trading closely because it opens the possibility for price manipulation.

side-by-side trading

The simultaneous making of a market in a stock and in its associated options. The SEC has long frowned on this practice because of the possibility of price manipulation inherent in it. Also called integrated market making.
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NYMEX launched side by side trading of physically delivered futures for its COMEX division metals on CME Globex during open outcry hours on December 3, 2006.
NYMEX launched side by side trading of physically delivered energy futures on CME Globex during open outcry hours on September 4, 2006.
On December 4, NYMEX introduced full-sized and COMEX miNY metals futures contracts for side by side trading.