Investments glossary

Order-Driven Market

An order-driven market is a financial market where all buyers and sellers display the prices at which they wish to buy or sell a particular security, as well as the amounts of the security desired to be bought or sold. This kind of trading environment is the opposite of a quote-driven market, which only displays bids and asks of designated market makers and specialists for the specific security that is being traded.

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