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Active

A market in which there is frequent trading.

Active

1. Describing a security that is traded with relative frequency. Many investors look to active securities because they can be traded, even in rather large quantities, without affecting the price. Active securities usually have a low bid-ask spread.

2. Describing a market or exchange with a high trading volume.

active

Of or relating to a security in which there is a great deal of trading. Active securities appeal to many investors because they usually can be traded without affecting the price. In over-the-counter trading, an active security usually has a smaller spread between the bid and ask price. See also most-active stocks.
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There is no evidence that higher event-sponsor fit positively moderates the relationship between sports activeness and attitude toward the event compared to lower congruity perceptions ([H.
Next to the NHB there is a need for increasing the activeness of local governments in the supervision of cultural heritage because local issues should in fact first and foremost be the matter of local authorities.
It is known that alcohol reduces the amplitude of ERN and activeness of the dorsal ACC (5,10).
Italy, China, United Arab Emirates and the Netherlands are among the main foreign countries that will showcase their recent activeness in the related field, he added.
This campaign stands out for its pluralism, openness and the activeness of the citizens," an election official told the AFP news agency, requesting anonymity.
The masculine self-extended factors include: self-assertiveness, activeness, brevity, leadership, and strong decision making among others.
Trading remained thin as the trading volume was below the 3 trillion yen mark, an index indicating activeness of the market, for the 17th straight days.
In accordance with the general Kantian views, Dilthey proceeds in his philosophy from the analysis of consciousness, attributing a major role to the synthetic activeness of human spirit in the formation of human world view, just like Kant had done before him.
The book singles out the precision with which peasants kept accounts (using both rubles and kopecks) as a sign of their new activeness in markets (85), but peasants had been that precise since the eighteenth century.
of Kansas) with help from colleagues and parents, discusses ways to include children with the disability in general classrooms despite social difficulties that may range from social withdrawal and detachment to unskilled social activeness.
For the entire sample, correlations revealed that alcohol abuse was significantly associated with the following variables: GPA, activeness of faith in religion, and social support.
With such direct penetration of information from such a vast number of avenues, educating society about the media can lead to greater participation and activeness in our democracy.