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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ER is available on disposals of shares in an unlisted trading company, or of an interest in a business.
The Law authorises the Centre to monitor and analyse economic phenomena in the emirate and reduce any potential negative impact; monitor abuses, financial irregularities, financial markets, institutions, commercial sectors and free zones in Dubai; supervise trading of currencies, commodities, precious metals and listed and unlisted trading securities; supervise donations sent or received by charities; develop rules and procedures to prevent interactions with individuals or organisations involved in terrorism, or with any individual who maintains contacts with these organisations.
The Budget is to extend Entrepreneurs' relief to "outside" investors in unlisted trading companies.
The Chicago Stock Exchange will continue to trade Honeywell common stock on an unlisted trading privilege basis.
Additionally, the company said that the withdrawal will be effective within the next month and that it does not expect this to impact the liquidity of its stock, the exchange advised it that it will continue to trade the common stock on an unlisted trading privilege basis.
Currently, commercial property investors who use their property to carry out their business or lease it to an unlisted trading company can reduce their gain by taper relief - 50% after 12 months ownership and 75% after two years, hence a 10% effective tax rate.
Unlisted trading privileges, as the name implies, are rights that give a particular trading venue the privilege of trading a security in situations in which the issuer of the securities has not asked permission for its securities to be traded in that venue.
NZX says it has positioned the NZAX Market between the main NZSX market and the unregulated unlisted trading facility, to ensure investor protection, whilst still providing a cost-effective and attractive environment for capital raising and enhanced public profile.