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Player

Used in the context of general equities. Customer or trader who is actively involved in a particular stock or the market in general.

Player

Informal; an investor, especially one who trades actively.
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"Even if we estimate peak volumes of market messages to reach 20 or 30 billion per day in the next decade, Ancoa provides market players and regulators the capability to handle consolidation of such volumes using just eight Intel Xeon powered multicore servers."
But some market players said those measures, coupled with comments from ECB chief Jean-Claude Trichet that there were high level of uncertainties, only made investors think that economic conditions in Europe may be deteriorating more quickly than they had anticipated.
The report also provides a detailed understanding of the key industry trends and developments made by infection prevention devices market players. The MRRSE report is divided into vital sections, which allows readers to gain an individual understanding of the market.
All financial market players will be subject to harmonised supervision rules, fine calculation and imposition system for infringements based on uniform principles.
Federal Reserve surprised market players and sent the dollar below 98 yen when it decided last Wednesday not to trim its massive asset-buying, saying it needs to see more progress in labor conditions.
Three new market players (financial and educational institutions) have been admitted as Observer Members.
Presence of the biometrics middleware market players has been tracked and portrayed via an intensity map.
dollar edged down to the mid-99 yen level Thursday morning in Tokyo, after rising to a seven-week high the previous day, as market players were cautious ahead of the U.S.
This year s report focuses on emerging market players firms in emerging markets which have just started expanding internationally, but quickly becoming serious competitors for Western companies.
Steel Business Briefing is informed by market players that, even though local prices have not changed yet, an increase is possible soon because of a shortage of imported coils.
Eventually, with the increasing expansion of leading market players, the airport retailing consumer electronics market is likely to remain highly concentrated in the upcoming years.
Shinichiro Kadota, a foreign exchange strategist at Barclays Bank, said market players are giving a positive evaluation of the government's outlook.