screen trading

screen trading

n
(Stock Exchange) a form of trading on a market or exchange in which the visual display unit of a computer replaces personal contact as in floor trading
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For 25 years, Amulet Hotkey's architecture has provided remote blade workstation solutions to power users worldwide, be they multiple screen trading positions, command and control They enable enterprises to simplify and secure the desktop environment without compromise, moving desktop workstations to the data center or cloud environment.
The planned new venue is a direct response to the market change from voice to screen trading in BRIC and emerging currencies.
In addition to advanced screen trading execution, the platform enables straight through processing, allocations processing, and depository registration via a version of ICE Linkenhanced to support the Brazilian bond market.
Ford, for his part, pointed out that replacing the former NYBOT's open outcry system with screen trading avoided the pricing anomalies and arbitrage difficulties with the old system.
The old Birmingham Stock Exchange in Great Charles Street closed in 1986 after nearly 150 years of share trading in the city when new hi-tech screen trading put paid to oldstyle floor dealers.
In its original document issued on June 12, the LME announced plans to become a shareholding company, introduce screen trading capacity to operate outside the open outcry trading sessions and alter the times of ring trading.
We think that screen trading is inevitable and desirable, within limits.
Along with this newly reduced commission pricing, Kaufmann-Rothstein International also offers the following advantages: exclusively free trading and risk-management tools built for commodity Trading Advisors, proprietary traders and hedge funds; ability to trade on all leading international markets in a single currency which minimizes cross-border trading costs; direct access to trade on over 50 markets worldwide in 15 countries; and single screen trading of multiple asset classes: futures, options, equities, bonds and foreign exchange.
It was a victim of technology - everyone had gone on to screen trading.
One trader, who has already made the transition from the Liffe floor to screen trading, said: 'The atmosphere was fantastic but, like everything, times change and you have to move on.
The contracts, open outcry, screen trading, the bid/offer spread, margins, expiry, settlements EFPs, clearing.