Definitions

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  • n. e-trade; online trading, as of stocks and shares

Etymologies

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e- +‎ trading

Examples

  • "If we expect a lot of liquidity during a certain period, we can execute better for our clients without moving the market," said Martin Watson , director of foreign-exchange e-trading for Citigroup Asia Pacific.

    For Traders, It's All in the Timing

  • "We've been investing in our e-trading infrastructure in anticipation of the possibility that the world of foreign exchange does go" more down the computer-assisted route, said Rick Schonberg , Goldman's head of foreign-exchange sales for e-commerce.

    Banks' Currency Clients Get High-Tech Tools

  • Showalter is not promoting himself as a Wall Street financial wizard, to teach you stocks and bonds or e-trading; but then not all of us need or are ready for that level of financial guidance.

    Archive 2010-07-01

  • In the 90's you had e-trading and e-commerce, so it makes sense that this continues.

    Medpundit

  • At Citigroup, Mr. Evans was responsible for a range of electronic execution services, including its agency program trading, transaction-cost analysis, market-data monetization and the Lava e-trading product lines.

    Citi's Evans Joins Morgan Stanley

  • TCV General Partner Robert Trudeau said, "Our investment in MarketAxess reflects the strength of their client franchise, their e-trading leadership position in large global credit markets and the superior growth opportunity for their technology solutions product offering."

    TCV to Buy Stake in MarketAxess

  • You told me today that he was taking advances to do e-trading online?

    CNN Transcript Jun 13, 2006

  • In San Francisco, a billboard for an e-trading firm proclaimed, "Make love not war," and then - down at the bottom - "Screw it, just make money."

    The Guardian World News

  • In San Francisco, a billboard for an e-trading firm proclaimed, "Make love not war," and then -- down at the bottom -- "Screw it, just make money."

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Just as e-trading has done for stock trading, so can e-books revive publishing and book selling: By allowing some instant impulse purchases at cheaper prices, e-books can boost overall volume and also create highly profitable "momentum books."

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

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