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market maker

n
(Stock Exchange) a dealer in securities on the London Stock Exchange who buys and sells as a principal and since 1986 can also deal with the public as a broker
Translations
teneur de marché
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[The article below dated 12 June, 2019 has been amended to clarify the company involved as Citadel Securities, a US market-maker.]
Powered by combining market expertise with proprietary technology, GTS is a globally-recognized electronic market-maker for equities, ETFs, fixed income and FX.
The accreditation builds on Sico's status as the leading market-maker on the Bahrain Bourse since 1995, reinforcing its position as a pioneer and key player in GCC financial markets.
(MIB) as market-maker for its long-term negotiable certificates of deposits (LTNCDs) due in 2019.
One application from market-maker (0.6 percent of the offered shares), 34,676 applications from Kazakh citizens (79.1 percent of the offered shares) and 10 applications from pension funds (20.4 percent of the offered shares) were satisfied following distribution.
Regulation for liquidity provider allows listed companies to contract any market-maker to manage its share liquidity on the market.
Thanks to the introduction of the market-maker mechanism and vigorous promotion by issuing institutions, warrants are gaining popularity with Taiwanese investors.
Barclay, Hendershott, and McCormick compare the execution quality of trades with market makers to trades on Electronic Communications Networks (ECNs) Average realized and effective spreads are smaller for ECN trades than for market-maker trades.
Knight/Trimark is a leading market-maker in the U.S.
Note that revenue to an e-brokerage can flow from both the individual investor and the market-maker. When investors lack knowledge of the trading process, e-brokerages can extract larger commissions from market-makers to compensate for low direct commission-based revenue from each trade.
A quick phone call to Neville James Investment Managers and Market-Makers - these middlemen are market-makers in what is known as Traded Endowment Policies (TEPs) - can tell you what a market-maker will pay for your policy.
This paper analyzes a simple search model of market making in which the agents can choose between searching for a trading partner or trading through the market-maker. Explicit solutions for the equilibrium search intensities and the bid-ask spread have been provided.