trading unit

Trading unit

The number of shares of a particular security that is used as the acceptable quantity for trading on the exchanges.

Unit of Trading

1. One thing that may be exchanged. For example, one dollar is a unit of money.

2. See: Lot.

trading unit

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Another trading unit is Mashinoimport, controlled by the ministry of foreign economic relations.
TOKYO, May 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Amway Japan Limited announced its intention to increase its current dividend rate, to change its share trading unit and to implement certain other corporate initiatives.
Tan, previously an associate dean and currently an adjunct professor at Bond University's Faculty of Business, Technology and Sustainable Development, has worked for a number of multinational corporations, including Citicorp/Citibank in Hong Kong, Malaysia, and was manager of Citibank's Foreign Exchange Strategic Positioning and Technical Trading Unit in New York.
Last month, Morgan Stanley sold its main physical oil trading unit to Russian state-run oil major, Rosneft, and Deutsche Bank said it was largely exiting commodities trading.
The increase in individual shareholders apparently reflects corporate moves to lower the minimum trading unit to lure individual investors.
The Royal Bank of Canada (TSE: RY) is reportedly considering spinning off its Global Arbitrage Trading Unit owing to regulatory pressure.
where he managed the listed equity and OTC departments, the New York Stock Exchange floor trading unit and all risk trading.
DrKW then subsequently advised Bain on the sale of the Stinnes Interfer steel trading unit to a German entrepreneur Albrecht Knauf for an undisclosed amount in March.
A trading unit is set at 54 kilograms, but bidding will be made for one-30th of one unit, or 1.
An increasing number of listed companies are moving to reduce the minimum trading unit of their stock from 1,000 shares to 100 shares to attract more individual investors, a survey released Wednesday by the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) showed.
Currently, the minimum trading unit is usually 1,000 shares for a stock whose face value is 50 yen.
Fitch has reviewed AGLR's energy trading unit in Houston (Sequent Energy Management) and found its business practices and risk control policies to be of good quality and consistent with the company's strategy of managing and optimizing excess upstream pipeline capacity and natural gas supply on behalf of AGLR's utility affiliates.