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Consolidated tape
Definition 1.
Used for listed equity securities. Combined ticker tapes of the NYSE and the curb. Network A covers the NYSE-listed securities and is used to identify the originating market.


Consolidated tape - The ticker tape reporting transactions in NYSE-listed securities that take place on the NYSE or any of the participating regional stock exchanges and other markets.

Consolidated Tape: System for providing the last sale price and volume of trades in exchange-listed securities. The system has two tapes: Network A and Network B. All trades in NYSE securities, regardless of where they occur, are listed on Network A with an identifier as to where they originated.

Consolidated Tape
An electronic system that continuously reports data on the sales volume and price of exchange traded securities.
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neutral
Describing an opinion that is neither bearish not bullish. Neutral option strategies are generally designed to perform best if there is little or no net change in the price of the underlying stock or index. See also Bearish and Bullish.
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A US high-speed system that continuously provides the last sale price and volume of any securities transaction in listed stocks to the publi...(Read more)
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See: Consolidated tape. Tape is lateWhen the trading volume is so heavy that trades appear on the tape more than a minute behind the timer they actually take place. Tare WeightThe weight of an empty container and any packaging materials used in the container.

See: consolidated tape. Target cash balance Optimal amount of cash for a firm to hold, considering the trade-off between the opportunity costs of holding too much cash and the trading costs of holding too little cash. Target company Often used in risk arbitrage.

Network A/Network B See: Consolidated tape Neutral hedge Hedge that is expected to yield a dollar-neutral result of the combined position, regardless of price change in any part of the hedge securities. For any convertible trading at a premium, this ratio is less than 100%.

A second industry group, the Consolidated Tape Association ("CTA"), has two plans: the Consolidated Tape Plan ("CT Plan") and the Consolidated Quotation Plan ("CQ Plan"), which provide, respectively, trade reports for listed securities and the current bid and offer from each participating market, ...

The ~ includes companies that trade on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), the American Stock Exchange (AMEX), regional exchanges and other markets, such as Instinet. A second tape includes companies that trade on the NASDAQ Stock Market.

Network A/Network B
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neutral
Describing an opinion that is neither bearish not bullish. Neutral option strategies are generally designed to perform best if there is little or no net change in the price of the underlying stock or index. See also Bearish and Bullish.

VD (Volume Deleted)
Note appearing on the consolidated tape indicating that for transactions of less than 5000 shares only the stock symbol and the trading price will be displayed. This usually occurs when the tape is running behind because of heavy trading.
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Symbol
Letters used to identify companies on the consolidated tape and other locations.
Class
In the case of derivative products, options of the same type-put or call-with the same underlying security.

Letters used to identify companies on the consolidated tape and other locations.
Spreadsheet
A computer program that organizes numerical data into rows and columns in order to calculate and make adjustments based on new data.

SLD last sale
Definition: [crh] Shortened version of "sold last sale," which shows up on the consolidated tape when a large change (one point for lower pDefinition: riced securities and two points for higher-priced securities) occurs between transactions.

See also: See also: What is the meaning of Transaction, Index, Expense, Agency, Banks?

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