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Depth-of-book data from [[exchanges]] is information about [[bid]]s and [[offer]]s inferior to the best prices that exist in [[equity]] exchanges. [[Brokers]] and [[investor]]s use the data to determine supply and demand for a security and where to route larger buy and sell requests. <ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-09-29/price-of-stock-quotes-should-be-set-by-market-nasdaq-says.html|name=Exchanges Should Be Allowed to Set U.S. Stock-Quotation Fees, Nasdaq Says|org=Bloomberg|date=September 30, 2010}}</ref>
Depth-of-book data from [[exchanges]] is information about [[bid]]s and [[offer]]s inferior to the best prices that exist in [[equity]] exchanges. [[Brokers]] and [[investor]]s use the data to determine [[supply]] and [[demand]] for a security and where to route larger buy and sell requests. <ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-09-29/price-of-stock-quotes-should-be-set-by-market-nasdaq-says.html|name=Exchanges Should Be Allowed to Set U.S. Stock-Quotation Fees, Nasdaq Says|org=Bloomberg|date=September 30, 2010}}</ref>





Revision as of 17:44, 30 September 2010


Depth-of-book data from exchanges is information about bids and offers inferior to the best prices that exist in equity exchanges. Brokers and investors use the data to determine supply and demand for a security and where to route larger buy and sell requests. [1]


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