Equities. When a client places an order for equities, Cantor may: • promptly place the order at the execution venue. Execution is subject to the rules applied on the relevant market. Orders can be executed only if they match opposite bids or offers. However, if an order cannot be matched in full, partial execution will often be possible; • wait before placing the order, or place it successively in tranches. Xxxxxx may wait if it finds that, because of market conditions, liquidity or the size or nature of the order, this is the most favorable solution for the client; • combine orders and subsequently place the aggregated order on the relevant market. Xxxxxx aggregates orders if it finds that, because of market conditions, liquidity or the size or nature of the order, this is the most favorable solution for the client; • act as principal, trading at a price reflecting the market price; Europe: Irish equities & ETFs: Irish Stock Exchange, London Stock Exchange, Multilateral Trading Facilities, Xxxxxx’x own internal sources of liquidity, recognised market makers and retail service providers with whom Xxxxxx has an established relationship. UK equities & ETFs: London Stock Exchange, Multilateral Trading Facilities, Cantor’s own internal sources of liquidity, recognised market makers and retail service providers with whom Xxxxxx has an established relationship. Other European Equities: Orders in markets where Xxxxxx has no membership will be executed through Xxxxxx’x own internal sources of liquidity, Multilateral Trading Facilities, recognised market makers and retail service providers with whom Xxxxxx has an established relationship in the following significantly relied on markets: France: Euronext Paris Belgium: Euronext Brussels Netherlands: Euronext Amsterdam Germany: Xetra Deutsche Borse Spain: BME Spanish Exchanges Italy: Borsa Italiana
Equities. When you (or, us, on your behalf) buy or subscribes for equities issued by a company, you are buying a part of that company and you become a shareholder in it, which usually means you have the right to vote on certain issues. You can either buy new shares when the company sells them to raise money (through an initial public offering) or buy existing shares which are traded on the stock market. The equity of a company as divided among individual shareholders of common or preferred stock. The aim is for the value of your shares to grow over time as the value of the company increases in line with its profitability and growth. In addition, you may also receive a dividend, which is income paid out of the company’s profits. Longer- established companies usually pay dividends whilst growing companies tend to pay lower, or no, dividends (with these a shareholder would typically be hoping for better capital growth). The value of equities may fall as well as rise and as a class of investment, equities are typically more volatile than other common investment types such as bonds or cash. Equities as a class have historically outperformed other types of investments over the long term. Individual stocks prices, however, tend to go up and down more significantly over the short term. These prices movements may result from factors affecting individual companies or industries, or the securities market as a whole. The value of equities and equity-related securities can be affected by daily stock markets movements. Other influential factors include political, economic news, company earnings and significant corporate events. If a company goes into liquidation, its shareholders rank behind the company’s creditors (including its subordinated creditors) in relation to the realisation and distribution of the company’s assets – with the result that a shareholder will normally only receive any money from the liquidator if there are any remaining proceeds of the liquidation once all of the creditors of the company have been paid in full. In the short term, shares may go up and down in value and this can occasionally be very significant. However, if you have a wide range of shares, it reduces the likelihood of losing all or most of your money. In addition to the above general risks, certain types of equity investment result in additional risks. The types of equity investment include the following, but are not limited to: Xxxxx shares A 'xxxxx share' is a loose term used to describe sh...
Equities. The level of risk involved in investing in different equities in not the same. In particular, the shares of small companies, sometimes known as xxxxx shares, may be less liquid than blue chip investments, particularly those listed on the secondary market of a stock exchange, such the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) of the London Stock Exchange, and may be deemed higher risk. Investors should note that there may be a large difference between the buying and selling price of these instruments, especially if the investment has to be sold immediately.
Equities. The obligations of confidentiality hereunder with respect to all Confidential Information shall survive the termination of any relationship or link the Receiving Party is sharing with ETT. The obligations are unconditional and shall be unaffected by any other rights, claims, obligations or equities that may exist between ETT and the Receiving Party.
Equities. The minimum volume of the transaction is one share or one unit of Financial Instrument. A possible choice of a leverage rate generally ranges from 1:1 up to 1:20, at the discretion of the Company. At the opening of a Client trading account, the leverage rate is set by default to 1:4. The client can request a different leverage, which may be provided after the Company’s approval. The Company’s Risk Management Department is monitoring the Clients account leverage on a continuous basis, and, in case where account remains excessively leveraged after the trading hours, the Company has the right to close part or all of the Client’s open positions. The cost related to such an adjustment in the Clients account shall be payable by the Client. The Company is committed to putting its best efforts to inform the client beforehand of such an adjustment either by phone, email or SMS message. At the Company’s discretion, the Client may benefit of a higher intraday buying power.
Equities. For standard UK market orders, and in normal market conditions, we may poll different execution venues, using automatic execution technology to identify the best terms available to us at the point of trading for the equity concerned.
Equities. For standard UK market orders, and in normal market conditions, we may poll different execution venues, using automatic execution technology to identify the best terms available to us at the point of trading for the equity concerned. Other orders, including those relating to international equities, that cannot be executed automatically will be dealt manually with another regulated firm or via an MTF or OTF. This involves a manual search for reference trading prices via market data feeds or by comparing prices offered by other market participants. When an appropriate counterparty is identified, the price is negotiated manually and executed on the best terms identified for the order in question. This may occur off-exchange.