Banner ExchangeA banner exchange program is a program designed to allow marketers to exchange banners (a form of bartering) to enable marketers to promote their sites without the outlay of cash. A program typically allows a marketer to display one advertisement, across the network, for every two advertisements it hosts on its site. Unlike a straight exchange with one entity, exchange programs allow for the possibility for the banner to be displayed on many web sites (those sites that participate in that particular network). The Free Banner Exchange Megalist is a good resource for identifying these exchanges.
Banner exchangeReciprocal advertising in which two webmasters agree to display each other's banner ads on their respective websites.
Stock Exchange Automated Quotation systemStock Exchange Automated Quotation system
The computerised system at the London Stock Exchange which continuously updates prices and trade reports for UK securities (shares, gilts etc). SEAQ lists the market makers' bid and offer prices, together with the Normal Market Size at which those prices will be honoured. Shares traded using SEAQ are said to be traded on the 'quote book'.The very largest companies quoted on the London Stock Exchange are traded on the Stock Exchange Electronic Trading Service (SETS) which automatically matches buyers and sellers, and which is known as the 'order book'. SEAQ is used for those stocks which are too small to be traded on SETS.
Korea Stock ExchangeKorea Stock Exchange
The major securities market of Korea.
New York Stock ExchangeNew York Stock Exchange
The world's largest stock exchange with well over 3,000 companies listed and a market capitalisation of trillions of dollars. The NYSE is a truly international exchange, with nearly 400 non-American companies listed.
Stock Exchange Pool NomineeStock Exchange Pool Nominee
The nominee company where all stocks and shares are held during the course of settlement on the London Stock Exchange.
European exchange rate mechanism (ERM)European exchange rate mechanism (ERM)
The system that countries in the European Union once used to pay exchange rates within bands around an ERM central value.
Further SuggestionsPPP exchange rate
Osaka Securities Exchange (OSE)
Recognised Investment Exchange
Stock Exchange, Mumbai (BSE)
Principal Exchange Rated Linked Securities (PERLS)
Real exchange rates
Foreign exchange dealer
Pure exchange economy
Oslo Stock Exchange
Stock Exchange Automated Trading System PLUS
Forward foreign exchange contract
Flexible exchange rate
exchange traded fund
International Stock Exchange of the UK and the Republic of Ireland (ISE)
Boston Exchange Automated Communication Order Routing Network (BEACON)
Real exchange rate
Direct Exchange Rate
International Petroleum Exchange
European Options Exchange (EOE)