Quotation board

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Quotation board

The electronic board at a brokerage firm displaying prices other financial data.

Quotation Board

On an exchange, a display of all current security prices, volume, and other relevant information. The quotation board is posted in a prominent place on the exchange, especially when it has a physical (instead of electronic) trading floor. See also: Big Board.
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