untraded

untraded

(ʌnˈtreɪdɪd)
adj
1. (Commerce) not traded; not the object of trading; not bought or sold
2. archaic not practised in; inexperienced
3. archaic not common or hackneyed; unusual
4. (Commerce) archaic (of a place) where trade does not take place; not frequented or much visited
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Shares in Globalworth were untraded in London early on Friday morning, last closing at EUR9.30.
On the broader market, the losers outnumbered gainers 565 to 107, while 443 counters remained unchanged, 851 untraded and 14 others suspended.
Untraded company securities, whether shares or loans, have no place in unit trusts or other funds which promise investors daily access to their money, regardless of how convinced the manager is that the investment will be profitable.
The assembly approved purchasing untraded assets at approx.
Perhaps a team like Green Bay or another dark horse candidate will enter the race for Brown if he continues to go untraded. The Steelers might be forced to drop their asking price with so many potential suitors reportedly moving on.
Benchmark aluminium, untraded in rings was bid at $1,912 from a last bid of at $1,897 on Monday.
It is a new, untraded vessel formerly owned by Boluda Ltd.
Elpida, which is set to be delisted March 28, was untraded with massive sell orders.
Tokio Marine Holdings, a property insurer, plunged 16% and Tokyo Electric Power, the utility company behind the Fukushima nuclear plant, was untraded. Shares in the Japanese construction sector closed higher as investors expect a rise in demand from reconstruction of damaged areas.
The stock was untraded after the announcement, and its share price remained at Dh3.62.
When the measures were lifted almost four months later, most stocks remained untraded as investors shunned the market.