trading platform

trading platform
A trading platform is the technology infrastructure in a stock exchange that is used to support one or more trading services. London Stock Exchange Glossary

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trading platform UK US noun [C]
IT a computer system for trading shares, currencies, etc.: »

We support a European trading platform for the 300-400 most internationally traded stocks.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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