Trading Costs: A document (power of attorney) a customer gives to a broker in order that the broker may buy and sell securities on behalf of the customer.
Trading Dividends: Costs of buying and selling marketable securities and borrowing. Trading costs include commissions, slippage, and the bid/ask spread. See: Transactions costs.
Suspended Trading: Suspended trading means that an exchange has temporarily stopped trading in a particular stock or other security. Trading is typically halted either because an important piece of information . . . View Full Definition
Sunk Costs: Method of accelerated depreciation.
Subject To A Print-Execution-Trading: Contingent upon trader's ability to cancel an order (on the indicated exchange).
Trading: A stock that is very difficult to trade to because of illiquidity.
Trading Authorization: Buying and selling securities.
Trading Floor: The trading floor is the active trading area of a stock exchange, such as the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Securities are traded auction-style on an exchange trading floor. That means the . . . View Full Definition
State Trading Enterprises (Stes): Stes are enterprises authorized to engage in trade (exporting and/or importing) that are owned, sanctioned, or otherwise supported by government. Stes are legitimate trading entities and are . . . View Full Definition
Trading Account: An account which shows the gross profit or loss of a manufacturing or retail business, i.e. sales less the cost of sales.
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