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Dealer markets typically feature much lower levels of transparency than limit order markets.
Panchapagesan, 2005, "The information content of the limit order book: evidence from NYSE specialist trading decisions", Journal of Financial Markets, 8:25-67
Highland Council officials are now searching for a speed limit order in their dusty archives.
With fractional pricing, an investor using a limit order specified prices in 6.25 [cts.] increments.
In light of these judgments, I would caution against the implementation of a government mandate for any particular form of central limit order book.
In an auction market an investor buys or sells at a price set by another investor's limit order. A limit buy order specifies the maximum price that an investor is willing to pay, whereas a limit sell order specifies the minimum price that an investor is willing to receive.
For NYSE spreads set by limit orders, a basis for the fragmentation hypothesis is that increases in off board trading volume, for a given total volume, reduce NYSE trading volume, which may increase NYSE spreads if the total limit order flow to the NYSE is reduced.
investor who wants to trade shares of a Japanese ETF can limit the potential volatility of that move by using a limit order for the trade.
Lowprice then posts a new 1,000-share sell limit order for IBM on EDGE for $161.13.
The LMAX Exchange open order book is driven by streaming, firm limit order liquidity supplied by the leading global financial institutions.
THE A77 TRUNK ROAD (MAYBOLE) (30MPH, 20MPH AND PART-TIME 20MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2014 THE SCOTTISH MINISTERS give notice that they propose to make the above speed limit Order under sections 82(2)(a) and (b), 83(1), 84(1)(a) and (c) and 124(1)(d) of and paragraph 27 of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984.
A limit order lets you specify a maximum price at which you're willing to buy or a minimum price for a sale, giving you more control over the trade.