Fast Market Rule
- In the United Kingdom, the exchange may determine that a market movement is so sharp that quotes cannot practically be kept current. Under the Fast Market Rule, market makers may be permitted to trade outside quoted ranges where updating quotes is deemed impractical.
This rule is made possible because circuit breakers are not used.
Investment dictionary. Academic. 2012.
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