Quote Driven Market

An electronic stock exchange system in which prices are determined from quotations made by market makers or dealers.

Also known as a "price driven market".

This is the opposite of an order driven market.

Investment dictionary. . 2012.

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  • quote-driven system — / kwəυt ˌdrɪv(ə)n ˌsɪstəm/ noun a system of working a stock market, where marketmakers quote a price for a stock (as opposed to an order driven system) …   Dictionary of banking and finance

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  • quote-driven — adjective Describing any market system in which prices are established by quotations given by market makers …   Wiktionary

  • Order Driven Market — A financial market where all buyers and sellers display the prices at which they wish to buy or sell a particular security, as well as the amounts of the security desired to be bought or sold. This is the opposite of a quote driven market, which… …   Investment dictionary

  • quote — An indication of current bids and offers in the market on a particular contract or spread. Chicago Mercantile Exchange Glossary The highest bid price and the lowest offer price for a security at any particular time. An offer to buy or sell a… …   Financial and business terms

  • order-driven — Trading services that are based on the order book. London Stock Exchange Glossary * * * order driven ˈorder ˌdriven adjective FINANCE an order driven financial market is one where prices change in relation to orders from brokers and dealers in… …   Financial and business terms

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