central limit order book


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Central Limit Order Book

A proposed database for all limit orders received by specialists and market makers throughout the United States. Such a system would allow limit orders to be fulfilled immediately or later, depending on the nature of the order, on any American exchange. The SEC proposed the establishment of CLOB, but it never occurred because most exchanges believe that such as a database would cause them to lose trading volume.

central limit order book (CLOB)

A central system that contains securities limit orders received from specialists and market makers. Such a system consolidates limit orders in a central location and bridges the gap in establishing a national market system. A hard CLOB executes orders immediately; a soft CLOB provides data to facilitate trading but does not include automatic executions. Establishment of a CLOB has generally been opposed by securities exchanges because they would stand to lose significant volume to such a system.
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Some of our algorithms may have to be rewritten which adds to costs, but if the main objective is to increase the quality of the central limit order book (CLOB), the cost of rewriting the algos could be a small price to pay," acknowledges Psomadelis.
In light of these judgments, I would caution against the implementation of a government mandate for any particular form of central limit order book.
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Although the buy side says they're not ready for what lies ahead, they are asking questions based on hypothetical scenarios covering clearing; costs; test trades; sourcing liquidity; alternative products, managing basis risk; accessing a swap executive facility (SEF);using a central limit order book (CLOB); and whether or not to use their Futures Commission Merchant (FCM) for execution.
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