ginzy trading

Definition of "ginzy trading"
  1. An irregular trade method where a floor broker fulfills a part of a large order at one price and the rest at another to evade an exchange's rule against trading at fractional values or 'split ticks'
How to use "ginzy trading" in a sentence
  1. The use of ginzy trading led to some confusion among the investors.
  2. She noticed inconsistent price points in her trades, which could have been a sign of ginzy trading.
  3. To bypass the restrictions of an exchange, the broker unknowingly engaged in ginzy trading.

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