Dual trading

Dual trading

The custom of a trader on the commodities market to deal for its own account and the investor's account at the same time.
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This dual trading has, in some ways, improved the position of Chinese publicly traded companies.
There are lots of operational benefits from dual trading as well.
Whereas in some securities markets, brokers may trade with their customers in the same transaction (simultaneous dual trading or SDT), in other markets, brokers are only allowed to trade after their customers in a separate transaction (consecutive dual trading or CDT).
Dual trading occurs when a broker sometimes trades for customers as an agent, and at other times trades for his own account.
The market, which was included in 1996 in the International Finance Corporation database, operated under a dual trading system, consisting of an upstairs market for large block trades and a trading floor exchange.
Recently, the Commodity Futures Trade Commission (CFTC) proposed legislation to severely curtail dual trading - the practice of floor brokers trading for both customer and personal accounts - at U.
The Coffee, Sugar and Cocoa Exchange has been among a chorus of voices expressing opposition to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission's (CFTC) heavily publicized campaign to sharply curtail the long-standing practice of dual trading at U.
Like most exchange-traded funds, FITRS shares are expected to trade at prices very close to their underlying value throughout the trading day thanks to a dual trading process.
We are pleased to initiate dual trading, on Tel Aviv and NASDAQ, concurrently with the arrival of EZchip's NP-1 first network processor samples which are now being tested by EZchip.
EASDAQ's new dual trading facility enables an additional quotation without the fulfillment of any formalities by the company involved.
As part of this new strategy, EASDAQ will introduce new dual trading facilities for growth and technology stocks listed on other regulated markets in Europe, Israel and the US, alongside traditional EASDAQ IPOs and secondary offerings.
As part of the new strategy, EASDAQ will introduce new dual trading facilities for growth and technology stocks already listed on other regulated markets in Europe, Israel and the US, alongside traditional EASDAQ IPOs and secondary offerings, within a regulated market environment.
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