extended-hours trading

After Hours Trading

The practice of trading a security after an exchange has closed. After-hours trading occurs over-the-counter, but both listed and unlisted securities may be traded. After-hours trading is often less liquid than regular trading because participation by market makers is voluntary, whereas market makers are required to serve as a counterparty for a security during trading hours. The price of a security in after-hours trading may influence is price on the next trading day. The practice is less commonly called extended-hours trading.

extended-hours trading

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80 in extended-hours trading after the company reported a higher quarterly profit.
Rather, the expanded "Business Center" will offer more of a wrapup of the day's trading activity with a look ahead, focusing on extended-hours trading.
Another new feature announced today is extended-hours trading on Schwab mobile apps.
This new service offers customers a convenient gateway to stock research and up-to-the minute alerts with a special emphasis on extended-hours trading activity.
TRADESCAPE's recent acquisition of MarketXT created a revolutionary network, enhancing market access for retail customers who use MarketXT for access to extended-hours trading, as well as active investors using the TRADESCAPE.
Consider what institutional traders face today - while volume overall is up, individual order size is down, and extended-hours trading has complicated the clearing and settlement process," said Mr.
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The expanded telecast, anchored by Ron Insana and Sue Herera, will include a definitive review of the day's broad market activity, a final report on extended-hours trading, a preview of the next day's U.
today announced an agreement with REDIBook, a leading ECN, to provide extended-hours trading to Web Street's growing client base.
The company's electronic communications network (ECN) is the first extended-hours trading platform specifically designed for individual investors, offering tools and services that were previously available only to institutions.
the first electronic communications network (ECN) developed for the retail investor for extended-hours trading.

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