Questions tagged [stock-exchanges]

for questions that relate to stock exchanges. A stock exchange is a form of exchange which provides services for stock brokers and traders to trade various securities.

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IPO Lock up trade

I have a question regarding how to benefit from major price movements after the end of a lock-up period post IPO. I have seen that in many cases there are no extraordinary movements in the prices in ...
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Companies of La Paz Stock Exchange

Where can I see a list of companies listed on the La Paz Stock Exchange (Bolsa Boliviana de Valores or BBV)?
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What is the meaning of the cellular signal icon in Bloomberg stock data?

What is the meaning of the icons highlighted in the image below taken from today’s European Market Opening as shown on Bloomberg?
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How invisible hand adjusts stock prices if company is listed on multiple exchanges, under multiple currencies, and one of the currencies plunges?

I'm an absolute beginner in economics and in the stock exchange and just encountered my first company that was listed in multiple stock exchanges and in multiple currencies. I'm aware of the invisible ...
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how does after hours / premarket trading work?

When I place an order during after hours, is the order processed right away? If I close my position in after hours, is it closed right away? Is my order queued? If so, is it queued on my broker's ...
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Don't Dark Pools affect the correct price discovery of certain securities?

Given the fact that the non-exchange trading has increased significantly (in volumes) especially in the past decade and also, the fact that the price at which the transactions happen here are hidden ...
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What is the difference between these two share classes of an ETF?

I am looking up NASDAQ ETFs that can be purchased in the UK. What is the difference between: EQQQ https://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/prices-and-markets/ETFs/company-summary/...
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Does the stock dividend tax depend on the exchange it is listed on?

Total is a french oil company listed on both Euronext Paris and NYSE. How does the location of the exchange affect de dividend tax? If I buy my shares on the NYSE, does the dividend tax depend on the ...
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On the strategic interest of giving long lasting stock orders

What is the interest of any buyer (or seller) of shares to give a long-lasting buy (or sell) order? I will give an example. Let's say I own shares, currently priced at $10, of a pharmaceutical ...
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How are limit orders executed at market open when the bid price is above the ask price (negative spread)?

In what order and at what price would these orders be executed? Consider the case that both the buyer and the seller submitted orders to their brokers while the market was closed. It seems logical to ...
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How does exchange match multi-leg option orders?

Suppose I submit an order to open an iron condor or some other multi-leg stock option spread with multiple buys and sells. For example, if SPY is trading at 275, I might want to: sell a call at 290 ...
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How to distinguish the difference between Market Profile according to Volume and Price?

Recently, I am concerned about using Market Profile in trading. There are two ways using Market Profile including either consideration of volume or change of price. Generally speaking, if we consider ...
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How can intraday trading be done when settlement takes two days?

When I buy a stock on the NSE in India, it takes two days for settlement (T+2). Therefore I can only sell that share after two days after the purchase date. Then, how does intraday trading occur (...
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What price will a stock sell at when there's a “negative” spread between buy and sell orders?

Say the current price of a stock is 99.9, and investor A places a buy order with a limit of 101, and investor B places a sell order with a limit of 99 (why would they use limits instead of markets in ...
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Are there any stocks on NASDQ that have no bid or ask price displayed?

Are there any stocks on NASDQ or other electronic exchange that have no bid price displayed? I have never seen such stock but surely there must be a situation that no one wants to buy some worthless ...
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Can a resident of Belgium trade US stocks with Interactive Brokers? [closed]

I live in Belgium and I would like to trade US stocks. I would like to sign up with Interactive Brokers. Would it then be possible to trade US stocks?
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Exchange-traded security that represents the value of a government bond?

Is there an exchange-traded security that represents the value of a government bond? Since the latter have a very large volume, I would be interested to see to what extent private investors can ...
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How does cash accounting work in an exchange?

Edit: I'm trying to create an order matching engine for options trading. I'd like to ask my question by creating a situation: Amy has a short position in a single (1) call option on AAPL. Let's ...
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How do U.S. stock exchanges specifically account for dividends and ex-dividend dates?

At another question about ex-dividend dates and withholding taxes, an answer from Bob Baerker says: Stock exchanges reduce share price by the exact amount of the dividend on the ex-dividend date [...
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How do stock brokers manage to get permission from the SEC to have extended hours trading?

Robinhood managed to get 9-5PM EST trading, while Webull managed to get 5:00AM-8:00PM EST, which is much wider than Robinhood's. I wonder how they get permission and what is the limit, or it can be 24/...
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How long does it take normally for brokers to add new stocks? For example, $PECK just came out today 6/20/19

Robinhood added $PECK before Webull did, but what's the minimum time for it come out? Looking for an answer like in hours, maybe.
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How are stocks traded on multiple exchanges

How does it work, when one company trades on two or more stock exchanges, in different countries? Are the shares bought on the primary and secondary exchanges equivalent ? Can I buy on one, and sell ...
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Describe the Computer Interface of Market Makers?

I don't think market makers spend their day entering spreads. The prices change faster than a human can type and there is too much at stake to risk a mistake. Can someone please explain how market ...
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Why Indices last update time extends market hours?

For example currently during market close DJIA index has last update time of '5:04 PM EDT'. As we know DJIA is made up of 30 major stocks that trade on NYSE & NASDAQ. I wonder all these stocks ...
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Sprint/T-Mobile merger includes 0.13 cash equivalent [duplicate]

The sprint/tmobile exchange rate is 9.75, but what does the remaining 0.13 cash equivalent mean which is also part of the deal?
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why is this UK firm's market capitalization number weird?

https://uk.investing.com/equities/uk-comm-prop-trust Hi, I am gathering UK stocks information through financial numbers. But as I was looking into this firm, I tried to calculate the market ...
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Is KYC information placed in a global database like bank accounts?

When I open a bank account or credit card, it is instantly accessible nationwide just like a credit report. What about opening an exchange account and filling out KYC information in the U.S. or ...
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Can stock brokerages be a publicly traded company themselves?

I searched it on the internets but it seems like it's so common knowledge that there are no articles or explanations about it. From a logical gut-feeling kind of guess, I would say no. Any ...
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Forced buyout - practice and major + / - for minority shareholders in USA

I just read https://www.redhat.com/en/about/press-releases/ibm-acquire-red-hat-completely-changing-cloud-landscape-and-becoming-worlds-1-hybrid-cloud-provider IBM (NYSE:IBM) and Red Hat (NYSE:RHT), ...
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Why is the number of shares bought and sold on a given day not the same?

Why is the number of shares bought and sold on a given day not the same? Shouldn't there be an equal number of buys to sells?
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What keeps exchanges in modern time from subsuming the role of brokers? [closed]

With the advent of electronic trading, human markets have been mostly replaced, benefiting everyone but the specialists themselves. Why doesn’t modern technology similarly enable exchanges to cut out ...
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Effect of dark pool traded volume on current tape

Imagine stock for some company XYZ opened at $100 and then traded each hour 1000 shares with increase of $1 each hour: 1000 shares sold at 10am for $100/share, then 1000 shares sold at 11am for $101/...
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Trading Order Type to Immediately Buy as Much as Possible of an Asset for a Given Amount of Money

Say I'm interested in buying 300 USD worth of stock A and 700 USD worth of stock B and let's say, for the sake of argument, that it's possible to buy a fractional amount of those stocks (i.e. I could ...
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Cross listing question with example

I would like to ask how it is possible that the company traded on two different exchanges has a totally different stock price. For example: Avast Plc (AVST.L) on London Exchange and Avast Plc (AVST....
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Is volume taken by hidden orders visible to all traders?

Institutions can place orders that are hidden from Level 2 book. Do these order remain "hidden" after they execute? Imagine AAPL bid and ask are $157.90 and $157.92, and, there is a hidden order for ...
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What is the meaning of ^ symbol for SPX

I've seen symbols SPX and ^SPX, is there any significance for the symbol "^"?
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How do you know if stock warrants are american or european style?

On interactive brokers i was looking at some put warrants for GE which are being traded on the frankfurt exchange but i don't know if i can exercise them when i want, since I don't know if the ...
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How to convert odd number of Volkswagen ADR sharesto regular shares?

I am in an investment club. We owned 33 shares of VLKAY I understand its a 5:1 conversion to regular shares. Not sure how to go about the transaction. Our broker converted the 33 shares into 6 ...
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How do the different branches of the NYSE interrelate?

If I look at the trading hours announcement of the New Stock Exchange, I see that there are seven different entities listed (NYSE, American, Arca, National and 3 options-related entities). How are ...
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What did a stock exchange look like 200 years ago? [closed]

Stock prices on the public exchanges fluctuate rapidly. Two hundred years ago, there wasn't a digital world to display these constantly changing prices every millisecond. What did a stock exchange ...
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Difference between stock price at two markets

can someone explain me how it is, that for example same company stock on Frankfurt exchange is +50% and on TSX is -10% (same day). Do they have fixed amount of shares on every other exchange?
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Can an online stock broker manipulate your bid and ask price?

I have been using Interactive Brokers for an year and a half now, trading stocks and cfds and I have been largely successful, almost 70% return on my investment. The spread between the bid and ask ...
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Is market frozen when orders are executing

Looking around I haven't found an answer to this simple question. My understanding: When the bid price exceeds the ask price (can you call this negative spread?) then orders start to execute. ...
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Spreads on taker-maker exchange

Intuitively, I feel that, for a given stock traded on 2 exchanges with different price structure (i.e., exchange A is maker-taker, exchange B is taker-maker), the spread should be wider on exchange B (...
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Is there a way to find out which stocks are scheduled to be delisted?

Often there are buyouts or corporate actions or other reasons that cause a stock to be removed from an exchange (delisted). Given a specific company and specific situation, it's often possible to ...
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Can unlimited liability companies be present at the stock exchange?

One day my lawyer told me to pay a big attention to the legal form of the company I invest. Generally, there are limited and unlimited liability companies. In limited one, in case of bankruptcy I ...
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Do I need a day trader account if I need to buy at today's close and sell at tomorrow's close everyday? [closed]

I am working on an algorithm for swing trading where I buy at the close today and sell at the close tomorrow. It worked well in the simulations that I ran but I would like to test it in the real ...
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Why don't options exchanges allow limit orders to include delta?

Since all options price models predict a delta (i.e., the theoretical ratio of option price change to underlying stock price change), I'm guessing most options investors and market makers are ...
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Should retail investors study exchange rules?

The NYSE has just shy of ten-thousand rules in their rule book. That ain't exactly light reading material either. If a retail investor is an active trader on NYSE, how well should they have studied ...
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What % of the average daily volume of a stock can be purchased without affecting the price of the stock significantly? [closed]

If I'm aiming to buy a stock at close and sell it at close tomorrow, speculating that the price will increase by then, how many shares can be purchased without affecting the price of the stock such ...