Auction market

Trading securities on a stock exchange where buyers compete with other buyers and sellers compete with other sellers for the best stock price. Trading in individual stocks is managed and kept orderly by a specialist.

Auction market

A system in which financial instruments are bought and sold through trading on an exchange floor by buyers and sellers competing via open-outcry with other buyers and sellers for the best price.
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auction market

Stock exchanges, like the New York Stock Exchange and the American Stock Exchange, are auction markets where buyers and sellers meet through a specialist. (See dealer market, Market Maker, specialist)
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Auction Market

Auction market trading, sometimes known as open outcry, is the way the major exchanges, such as the
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