Side-by-side trading financial definition of 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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I liked to kick the curled, stiff leaves as my sister and I walked side-by-side trading
New York Board of Trade (NYBOT) today introduced side-by-side trading
of NYBOT's benchmark agricultural commodities on ICE's electronic trading platform, from 07:00 a.
exchanges will increasingly move toward a multi-asset class model, where exchanges are able to offer side-by-side trading
of cash, derivatives and fixed-income instruments under one roof, as many European exchanges currently do.