Securities Trade


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Securities Trade

The sale of a security from one investor to another. The seller receives compensation in exchange for giving up ownership of a security. Securities trades may take place on an exchange or over-the-counter. The securities trade is regulated by special agencies in the appropriate jurisdiction; trade in the United States is regulated by the SEC, among other organizations.
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If an individual merely trades for his own benefit, without holding himself out to the public as a securities dealer, without an established location and does not deal primarily in the securities trade for his livelihood, the taxpayer cannot be a dealer.
However, a surer and less costly way to fight manipulative practices in the market is to modify the way in which the Treasury sells securities and to take a more active role in how those securities trade thereafter.
The majority of securities trade processing continues to occur in batch format where large transaction files are processed overnight.
There are trigger points which signal that significant events have occurred since the close of the foreign exchange or market on which their portfolio securities trade.
In light of developing compliance mandates in both the United States and Europe for 'best trade execution' of securities trades and the continued emergence of algorithmic trading applications, it is critical for global firms to have access to high-quality information that can be delivered when they need it and in a format that easily integrates into their current systems and processes," said Mark Hepsworth, president of ComStock.
Contract-basis figures cover 80-90% of all securities trades.
Payment Transactions In Order To Enable Timely Securities Trades
CDS is Canada's national depository, clearing and settlement hub for all securities trades in Canada.
SensCom's services are compatible with wireless WAP-enabled phones and wireless Internet-enabled personal digital assistants (PDAs), and include review of account balances and account history, verification of credits and debits, transfer of funds between accounts, bill payment, stock and securities trades, financial information notification, and portfolio management.
collectively, "Waterhouse"), and who suffered losses when Waterhouse executed previously-canceled securities trades although Waterhouse had confirmed the cancellation of those trades.

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