trading unit

Trading unit

The number of shares of a particular security that is used as the acceptable quantity for trading on the exchanges.

Unit of Trading

1. One thing that may be exchanged. For example, one dollar is a unit of money.

2. See: Lot.

trading unit

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The firm, founded by John Addis, who ran Bank of America's Delta One Americas trading unit before leaving in 2015, according to Bloomberg, put a $4 price target on Omeros shares.
Iraq's state oil-marketing company in May began selling crude in a venture with the trading unit of Lukoil.
Aramco, a Khobar-Saudi oil giant has announced that it has named Ibrahim al-Buainain as chief executive officer of its trading unit.
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (Tokyo:6503) announced on Tuesday a decision to revise its number of shares constituting one unit, or its trading unit.
Sonatrach Petroleum Corp (SPC), based in London, is a 100% Sonatrach-owned trading unit whose staff are drawn from the headquarters.
Trillium said its proprietary equities trading unit Trillium Trading plans to open a new trading floor in Chicago's West Loop on May 1, 2015.
Details emerged after reports that members of a BP trading unit were told of planned currency trades hours before they happened.
25 September 2014 - Russian state-run oil giant Rosneft OAO (MCX:ROSN) may withdraw from its previously announced acquisition of Morgan Stanley's (NYSE:MS) global oil trading unit, sources familiar with the situation told Reuters today.
AHS Textile Machinery Company based in Karachi has evolved into a sizeable trading unit with offices in Karachi and in Lahore with a staff of over 25 people.
In 1994 SPC opened a trading unit in Singapore to handle the Asian market.
Trading Unit for the contract is 10 Troy Ounces and the price quotation is in US dollars per troy ounce while the P/L and Margins are in Rupees.
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