matched trade

matched trade
A trade that is mirrored by an equal and offsetting trade with a different counterparty. In a matched trade, the interest rate, market, and price risks are offset but not the credit risk. The trading entity incurs credit risk for the counterparties on each side of the trade. American Banker Glossary
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The execution of the buy and sell orders that together consummate a trade; consists of one or more contracts and occurs when the same price is specified by buy and sells orders, for a specified number of contracts. Chicago Mercantile Exchange Glossary

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