consolidated tape

Consolidated tape

Used for listed equity securities. Combined ticker tapes of the NYSE and the curb. Network A covers the NYSE-listed securities and is used to identify the originating market. Network B does the same for AMEX-listed securities and also reports on securities listed on regional stock exchanges. See: tape.

Consolidated Tape

A ticker tape that reports all trades on a security, regardless of where the trades take place. For example, a consolidated tape quote for IBM would show its prices on all exchanges on which IBM is traded, and not simply one or two. See also: Network A, Network B.

consolidated tape

An integrated reporting system of price and volume data for trades in listed securities in all markets in which the securities trade. Thus, the consolidated tape would report trades in General Motors stock not only from its principal market on the New York Stock Exchange but also from all the other markets in which it trades. See also Network A, Network B.
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BATS said that the BATS 1000 Index data is available via the Consolidated Tape System, the operating authority for exchange-listed securities information, enabling distribution of the data to the public via the Internet and other electronic media.
The new systems are designed for edge sites that store backup or archive data locally for rapid restores and replicate it via WAN to a hub for longer term storage or consolidated tape use.
Ultimately, the lack of consolidated tape continues to be a big issue.
The Consolidated Tape Association reports after-hour prices for the NYSE and AMEX stock exchanges.
The ultimate aim for regulators is to introduce a consolidated tape of post- trade data, similar to what has been proposed for equities.
Coca-Cola added 50 cents in later trading on the Pacific Stock Exchange on Monday to close at $68 on the consolidated tape, which is the price that newspapers print.
Responses to the market structure consultation paper issued by Australia's national regulator, the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC), have thrown up a number of disagreements between market participants, notably on dark pools, maker-taker pricing and the consolidated tape.
Separately, the report noted the CFA Institute's support of recommendations by the Committee of European Securities Regulators, the pan-European regulatory body which provided technical advice to the EC, to create a consolidated tape of post-trade price data, introduce approved publication arrangements to standardise post-trade reporting and shorten the acceptable publication period for post-trade reports.

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