trading curbs

  Meccanismo di limitazione all'attività dei sistemi automatizzati di compravendita del mercato azionario che viene attuato quando, in una seduta di contrattazione, si registra un movimento, verso l'alto o verso il basso, che eccede livelli prestabiliti.

Glossario di economia e finanza. 2011.

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  • Trading curb — A trading curb, also known as a circuit breaker, is a point at which a stock market will stop trading for a period of time in response to substantial drops in value.Circuit breakersOn the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), one type of trading curb… …   Wikipedia

  • Curbs In — A term used in investing to signify when trading curbs are active. Curbs are temporary limitations or restrictions on the trade of a particular security. Curbs in means that these restrictions are in place, so trading has been suspended …   Investment dictionary

  • Curbs Out — A term used in investing to signify when trading curbs are no longer active. Curbs are temporary limitations or restrictions on the trade of a particular security. Curbs out means that these restrictions are lifted, so trading can occur as usual …   Investment dictionary

  • Trading Curb — A temporary restriction on program trading in a particular security or market, usually to reduce dramatic price movements. Also known as a collar or circuit breaker. When the curbs are in at the NYSE, it means that certain types of trading are… …   Investment dictionary

  • 2010 Flash Crash — The May 6, 2010 Flash Crash[1] also known as The Crash of 2:45, the 2010 Flash Crash or just simply, the Flash Crash, was a United States stock market crash on May 6, 2010 in which the Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged about 1000 points or… …   Wikipedia

  • Stock market crash — A stock market crash is a sudden dramatic decline of stock prices across a significant cross section of a stock market, resulting in a significant loss of paper wealth. Crashes are driven by panic as much as by underlying economic factors. They… …   Wikipedia

  • Market depth — In finance, market depth is the size of an order needed to move the market a given amount. If the market is deep, a large order is needed to change the price. Market depth closely relates to the notion of liquidity, the ease to find a trading… …   Wikipedia

  • Stock Market Crash Of 1987 — A rapid and severe downturn in stock prices that occurred in late October of 1987. After five days of intensifying stock market declines, selling pressure hit a peak on October 19, known as Black Monday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA)… …   Investment dictionary

  • Black Monday — October 19, 1987, when the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) lost almost 22% in a single day. That event marked the beginning of a global stock market decline, making Black Monday one of the most notorious days in recent financial history. By… …   Investment dictionary

  • Panic Selling — Wide scale selling of an investment, causing a sharp decline in price. In most instances of panic selling, investors just want to get out of the investment, with little regard for the price at which they sell. The main problem with panic selling… …   Investment dictionary

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