trading ring

Trading Ring

1. An area of the NYSE trading floor on which bonds are traded.

2. A group or syndicate of traders and/or trading firms, especially one engaged in illegal activities. This sense of the term is most often used in journalism. See also: Insider trading.

trading ring

The area in the bond room of the New York Stock Exchange within which trading in bonds must take place.
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The index that tracks Shariah-principled stocks was however seen melting slower than the other indices in the bourse, where the banking, realty and telecom sectors dominated the trading ring as their stocks accounted for more than three-fourth of the volumes.
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Investors are likely to step in trading ring after a month-long Ramadan and Eid holidays.
According to this report, 50 MT of wheat was traded in IME agricultural trading ring.
Six members of an illegal UK trading ring that netted 732,000 pounds were jailed in July in a case that cost the FSA 5 million pounds to bring to trial.
It is an announcer that percolates its way into every pocket, account and trading ring.
Goffer was known as 'the Octopussy' within the insider trading ring due to his reputation for having his arms in so many sources of inside information.
August 6, 2008 (KHARTOUM) eCo Sudan announced on Wednesday a Khartoum police swoop busting an illicit ivory trading ring, seizing more than 470 pieces and arresting an unspecified number of suspects.
Alwin Phillips, of spread betting firm Financial Spreads, said the high price of Royal Dutch Shell shares could explain why volumes among private investors were thin and only institutions and hedge funds were prepared to enter the trading ring.
The trading ring reporters are prompted by the communicator and enter information using the touch screen - with virtually no training required.
Lederman also supplies a blithe version of the convulsion at Wachell when partner Ilan Reich confessed to his role in Dennis Levine's insider trading ring.
More than 76% of the stocks extended gains with major gainers being Ezdan, Vodafone Qatar, Industries Qatar, Qatari Investors Group, QNB, Qatar Islamic Bank, Dlala, Barwa, United Development Company, Mazaya Qatar, Ooredoo and Nakilat; even as Milaha, Gulf Warehousing, Islamic Holding Group and Mannai Corporation bucked the trend during the week that also saw Ezdan and Barwa dominate the trading ring in terms of both volume and value.