TWThe two-character ISO 3166 country code for TAIWAN, PROVINCE OF CHINA.
Two dollar brokerTwo dollar broker
Floor broker of the NYSE, who executes orders for other brokers having more business at that time than they can handle with their own private floor brokers or who do not have their exchange member on the floor.
The property of simple versions of many trade models that they have two of everything: goods, factors, and countries especially. An important issue, addressed by Jones (1977), who coined the term, and by Jones and Scheinkman (1977) is the extent to which the results of these models depend on this two-ness.
Network A or Network BNetwork A or Network B
See: Consolidated tape
Two sided marketTwo sided market
A market in which both bid and asked prices, good for the standard unit of trading, are quoted. When customers or market makers are lined up on both sides (buy and sell) of a stock.
Advertising NetworkAdvertising Network
Advertising network refers to an infomediary, which serves between a group (network) of web sites (which want to host advertisements) and advertisers which want to run advertisements on those sites. DoubleClick is the most well known advertising network. It can serve advertisements on any of its member sites, and can mine data from users who interact with those sites in order to serve more appropriate advertisements. An advertiser can buy a run of network package, or a run of category package within the network. The advertising network serves advertisements from its ad server, which responds to a site once a page is called. A snipet of code is called from the ad server, that represents the advertising banner.
Further SuggestionsInstinet (Institutional Networks Corporation)
Two fund separation theorem
Softwood lumber dispute
Twenty bond index
Two cone equilibrium
"One, Two, Three" Financing
Two tier tax system
Twenty day period
Two state option pricing model
Two tier bid
the rule of twenty
Boston Exchange Automated Communication Order Routing Network (BEACON)
Canadian Dealing Network (CDN)
Conflict between bondholders and stockholders
Outward oriented strategy