Market Surveillance


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Market Surveillance

On NASDAQ, a department that investigates and reports any suspected illegal behavior. Market Surveillance is an important department in maintaining a free, fair, and transparent market. Because NASDAQ is an electronic exchange, Market Surveillance conducts most of its investigations on computers.
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The meeting in December was convened to agree a shared understanding of the application of Commission Regulation 641/2009/EC and the amendment 622/2012/EC with regards to eco-design requirements for circulator pumps and Market Surveillance within the UK.
The coalition welcomes the market surveillance regulation, but regrets that manufacturers have become the "victims of a political fight".
By making origin labelling mandatory, the Commission wants to improve traceability for market surveillance authorities.
The CFTC has stepped up its enforcement efforts through its trade practice and market surveillance program as one of their efforts to preserve the economic functions of the U.S.
Improved market surveillance is needed to guarantee fair conditions.
By focusing on three key components of market surveillance -- detection, prevention and deterrence -- Mizen explains that brokers can gain real-time and historical analysis and oversight to detect anomalies; controls and processes to prevent errant order flow from reaching the markets by applying broker-owned risk controls; and real-time monitoring, control and, acting as deterrents, heavy penalties.
The Financial Market Surveillance and Regulation Service has set up a working group to regularly sutdy situation at the world financial markets and timely respond to possible financial theats and risks for the sake of stability of domestic non-banking market.The working group will propose its recommendations on prevention of financial crises, publish analytical reviews and post statements concerning the current state of the world financial markets and publish them in media.
Takagi said it is ''natural'' for the government to step up market surveillance when stock markets become unstable like today.
Under the agreement, the TSE and the three other Asian stock exchanges will exchange information on their market surveillance systems with a view to sharing know-how about maintaining stable markets, according to TSE officials.
The delegation included Vera Despotovich, Chairman of the UNECE Advisory Group on Market Surveillance , Lorenz Yakya , Secretary of the UNECE Working Group on Regulatory Cooperation, and Valentin Nikonov, Risk Management Expert Group Coordinator.
Proposals to enhance the safety of non-food products have been enthusiastically received by MEPs in charge of drafting reports on the European Commission's product safety and market surveillance package.