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Trading Glossary

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What is a limit order?

What is a limit order? Looking for a limit order definition ? A limit order is an order made with a brokerage firm or bank for the sale or purchase of a certain financial instrument at a designated price or better. A...

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Financial Times Stock Exchange (Footsie)

The FTSE 100 definition is the same as the definition of the Financial Times Stock Exchange 100 Index, with the FTSE 100, or Footsie, being shortened names (or slang names) for the stock market index . The index comprises the top 100...

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