free-crowd system

Definition

A system on a commodity exchange that allows floor traders to execute a bid and offer order simultaneously by matching them together from their personal or client accounts. This is common practice in U.S. markets. More than one trade at different prices can be recorded at exactly the same time because of this system.
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