over-the-counter market

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Noun1.over-the-counter market - a stock exchange where securities transactions are made via telephone and computer rather than on the floor of an exchange
securities market, stock exchange, stock market - an exchange where security trading is conducted by professional stockbrokers
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Unocoin is responsible for industry-leading innovations such as the Bitcoin Systematic Buying Plan(SBP), Bitcoin Point of Sale (POS) App and Bitcoin Over-The-Counter trading (OTC).
Individual investors can also benefit from the launch as their interests are better protected in exchanges rather than through over-the-counter trading, according to Gu.
For this deal to push through, the PSE is willing to give up the government securities over-the-counter trading business at PDEx, which is the subject of a lawsuit pending before the Supreme Court.
Share prices fell 5 percent in over-the-counter trading Sunday.
they also served as relationship managers providing coverage for over-the-counter trading and strategies, alternative financing and structured products.
The bid by itBit was organized on behalf of a syndicate of the exchange's and over-the-counter trading clients, said Bobby Cho, director of trading at itBit, in an email to Reuters.
Developing the process of reporting requirement, cross boarding listing and over-the-counter trading and clearing and settlement outside local markets e.
In other Tribune-related news, its former parent company -- which now calls itself Tribune Media -- said last week it is planning to move from over-the-counter trading to listing on one of the major stock exchanges.
Accordingly, she was one of the key participants in the negotiation and drafting of the Dodd-Frank derivatives provisions, which paved the way for the regulation of previously unregulated over-the-counter trading.
Such systems account for a significant percentage of total over-the-counter trading in exchange-listed equities in the U.
It would be unacceptable if banks collectively blocked exchanges to protect their revenues from over-the-counter trading of credit derivatives," EU competition commissioner Joaquin Almunia said.
This was allegedly because they feared involvement by the exchanges would cut into their huge profits from over-the-counter trading.

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