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Difference between call versus continuous markets?

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23rd Feb 2011 by admint

A type of market in which each transaction takes place at predetermined intervals and where all of the bid and ask orders are aggregated and transacted at once. In a call market, the price is set by the exchange so the market will clear, or almost clear, every time orders are filled. A Continuous market is a stock market or exchange where securities are continuously priced and traded in an auction format when the market is open. It is a market where trades may be made at any time without affecting the market price because there is a sufficiently high level of trading

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