third market


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third market

n.
The market in stocks that are listed on an organized exchange but are traded outside of the exchange by brokers representing institutional investors.

Third Market

n
(Stock Exchange) a market established by the London Stock Exchange in 1987 to trade in shares in companies required to provide less detailed information than that required by the main market or the unlisted securities market

third′ mar′ket


n.
the over-the-counter market trading in listed stocks.
[1960–65]
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ADPnews) - Feb 22, 2010 - Austrian Private Equity Performance AG (WBAG:PEP) will move to the unregulated third market of the Vienna Stock Exchange (VSE) on March 23, 2010, the company said today.
The ratings reflect the company's continued improvement in financial soundness, enhanced by core operating profitability and strong sales growth in the third market sector.
ADPnews) - Feb 2, 2010 - Austrian pharmaceutical company Sanochemia Pharmazeutika AG (ETR:SAC) said on Tuesday it has decided to list its shares for trading on the Third Market of the Vienna stock exchange (VSE) in the mid-market segment.
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ADPnews) - Jan 21, 2010 - Austrian Private Equity Performance AG (WBAG:PEP) will move to the unregulated third market of the Vienna Stock Exchange (VSE) from the second regulated market currently, the company said on Thursday.
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Smith joined Cantor's Equities division in 1997, and has grown its London desk into one of the most successful third market sales and trading forces in Europe.
Prefco" or "the Company") is pleased to announce that it has been granted permission to trade its shares on the Third Market Segment of the Berlin Stock Exchange.
T & G2 (OTCBB:TTGG) announced today that it has been granted permission to trade it's shares on the Third Market Segment of the Berlin Stock Exchange.
Cantor Fitzgerald's Institutional Equities Division, a leading third market trading firm with a global client base of major institutional investors and corporations, announced today that it will add Risk Arbitrage and Relative Value transactions to its expanding Institutional Equities Division, following the appointment of Risk Arbitrage specialists Joseph Gabor and Michael Maresca.
OTCBB:DSNY) is pleased to announce that it has been granted permission to begin trading on the Third Market Segment of the Berlin Stock Exchange starting on Friday, September 20, 2002.
The shares will begin trading on the third market segment of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (www.