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Bidder minimum size

A bidder must have a specific amount of money to make a bid on an auction quote. This amount is called a bid size, and it represents the amount of shares an investor is willing to sell at a particular price. Most investors view level 1 bid prices on their trading screens. They can then use a level 2 market quotation to view additional information. These level 2 quotes can be viewed through a premium feature in most brokerage accounts.

Bid-ask differential requirement

The bid-ask differential for an auction 홈가전 quote is the difference between the bid and the offer price, rounded to the nearest $5. The difference may be as wide as the quotation for an underlying security in the primary market. The bid-ask differential is set by the exchange for different series and classes of securities. For options series, the best bid is zero. This is the best bid, and it is the same as the best bid on the zero bid market.

Market maker quoting obligations

Under Rule 602, a Market Maker is obligated to quote and execute orders in the market on a daily basis. To meet these obligations, a Market Maker must enter and execute additional trading interests. These obligations can be satisfied by identifying and entering new interests on the ADF immediately. The obligation to enter an additional trading interest is not triggered if the Market Maker fails to make a market on a daily basis.

Moreover, a market maker may lose its good standing if he does not maintain his quoting obligations under the Rules. In addition, he may lose his status if he violates his agreement with the Exchange or breached any of its provisions. However, he can continue to make his or her quoting obligations if he has not violated the rules and agreements. The Exchange Review Council will decide on any appeal.

Two-sided quotes

What is a valid width two-sided auction quote? A two-sided auction quote is one where the difference between the bid and the offer is at least $5. In some cases, the difference may be as large as the underlying security’s quotation on the primary market. The bid/ask difference may be set by the exchange, and may be different for different classes and series. In the case of an options series, the best bid is the zero bid market.

A two-way auction quote is different than a one-way quote. One-way quotes provide only the ask and bid sides. A two-way quote reflects the bid-ask spread of the market, and lets potential buyers and sellers know where they should trade. It conveys a bid price first, followed by an offer price. The buyer and seller can then hit the bid or lift the offer price in response to the other party’s offer.