curb trading

Definition of "curb trading"
  1. Trading conducted via telephone or other methods after the official close of the market, initially performed in the street near the market
How to use "curb trading" in a sentence
  1. The regulatory agencies warn against the risks associated with curb trading.
  2. Historically, many brokers engaged in curb trading, communicating deals over the phone after market close.
  3. Although curb trading was once common, it is now illegal under the Commodity Exchange Act and CFTC rules.

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