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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Accordingly, in both theory and practice, even if one custodian misrecords an over-the-counter stock exchange, the fidelity of the record is maintained, with the majority of sibling databases "voting" to resolve the conflict.
The government would improve endowment facilitation products and develop platforms like over-the-counter stock trading board to enhance direct financing.
The New Third Board or NEEQ is a national over-the-counter stock exchange established by the State Council in 2012 in Beijing, regulated by the China Securities Regulatory Commission and managed by NEEQ.
In conjunction, the company is currently planning to move from an over-the-counter stock to a national securities exchange, which includes NASDAQ-CM or NYSE-MKT.
of San Francisco--it also has an office in Little Rock--said it wants to raise between $2 million and $3 million before its shares are listed on the over-the-counter stock market, according to company filings.
PChome Online is the only online company listed on Taiwan's Taidaq or the over-the-counter stock market.
said Friday the firm listed on the Jasdaq over-the-counter stock market plans to go private through a buyout by its management.
ZAP, which is traded on the Over-the-Counter stock exchange, said it closed the week of September 17 up 11.
The Securities and Exchange Commission claimed Bond and broker Robert Spruill defrauded Bond's clients by charging extra for over-the-counter stock trades and pocketing the money.
A public company, ZAP is traded on the Over-the-Counter stock exchange under the symbol ZAPZ.
Wako, listed on the Jasdaq over-the-counter stock market, has been hit hard by intensified competition.
Japan, currently listed on the Jasdaq over-the-counter stock market, submitted the application in July.

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