Definition of "many-to-many"
  1. A trading situation where multiple market participants can trade commodities, derivatives, or other instruments by interacting with bids and offers from other numerous participants, classified as trading facilities under the Commodity Exchange Act
How to use "many-to-many" in a sentence
  1. The stock exchange is a typical example of a many-to-many platform.
  2. The many-to-many trading dynamic allows more flexibility and potential matching of buyers and sellers.
  3. The shift from one-to-many to many-to-many platforms improved the liquidity of the commodities market.

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