over-the-counter market


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a stock exchange where securities transactions are made via telephone and computer rather than on the floor of an exchange

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The price of UN carbon credits dropped to E11.60/tonne of CO2 in the traded over-the-counter market on Tuesday afternoon, compared with prices above E12.00/tonne of CO2 last week.
"Conquering the over-the-counter market first has made us a quality-conscious, solid and viable company," said Ms.
Listed on the Jasdaq over-the-counter market, D Wonderland produces content based on Disney characters for distribution through broadband services operated by the regional phone units of Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp.
Precision, which is listed on the Jasdaq over-the-counter market and will have an equity stake of some 15%.
Toshiyuki Ishiko, 61, president of Maerchen-Japan, is suspected of using inside information on a tie-up, announced in January 2001, on an online game project between T&E Soft Inc., quoted on the over-the-counter market, and Disney Interactive Inc., according to the Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission.
Products will be targeted at the professional healthcare market such as hospitals, clinics and GPs and, ultimately, at the over-the-counter market.
Evans took CGN public in May 2000 on an over-the-counter market. The company now has 65 employees and over 2,000 shareholders.
The Tokyo Stock Exchange releases similar data but the ministry's statistics cover a broader range, including such markets as Japan's over-the-counter market, the officials said.
If the company's common stock is delisted, the company expects that its stock will trade in the over-the-counter market and be quoted on the NASDAQ's Over the Counter Board.
Going public: Selling privately held shares of a company to new investors on the over-the-counter market for the first time.
Bond allegedly skimmed 57% to 80% from commissions charged on his clients' investment returns from the over-the-counter market. The SEC complaint alleges that Bond dictated the markups, omitted the charges from his clients' trade confirmations and account statements, and funneled the money through a false corporation--called Satchmo Inc.--set up by Robert I.
South Korean stocks fell Friday for the third straight day, with the key KOSDAQ over-the-counter market plunging 8.02% on signs of speculative selling, reports Yonhap.
Mariner says it is working with the NYSE to effect a smooth transition to allow the stock to trade on the over-the-counter market.
over-the-counter market A decentralized market (as opposed to an exchange-based market) where geographically dispersed dealers are linked together by telephone and real time computer connections.
Today, when an investor places a market order, particularly in an over-the-counter market, the execution capabilities of his broker matter.