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Stock Trading is a part of our daily lives as we surround ourselves with global brands. Discover our large stocks portfolio, as we provide you with comprehensive research to buy and sell shares of publicly traded companies in global markets.


Risk Warning: Please note that trading in CFDs and other leveraged product may involve a significant level of risk and is not suitable for the all investors.


We combine financing, execution and clearing services in equity and index options to banks, financial institutions, broker-dealers, hedge funds and proprietary trading firms.
We have built a leading equity sales and trading team that helps investors discover all countries markets. We provide real-time insights and ideas that help shape execution strategies for global and domestic institutional clients, hedge funds as well as corporate and private clients.
Our extensive knowledge and background allows our team to use our capital to provide liquidity for our clients when necessary. Our aim is to continue growing our firm in different markets, providing our clients with the best customer and technical support, liquidity, block trades and understanding of the potential risk and complexities of local markets.
Execution and Exchange-traded Funds
We provide equity, commodity exchange-traded funds and source liquidity for listed and OTC block trades. We help customers from banks to hedge with algorithmic trading strategies via voice, electronic, chat, and FIX staged access.


Execution and Exchange-traded Funds

An Inter-dealer broker (IDB) is a specialized financial intermediary who helps with transactions between investment banks, broker-dealers, and other large financial institutions across Europe, Asia, US and Canada. With a client base across Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific, we can quickly execute over-the-counter or on-exchange trades. We also offer execution and clearing of ICE and Eurex single stock futures and options.


Equity Inter-Dealer Brokerage

The inter-dealer broker focuses on trades where there is no formal exchange or market maker system. As such, it operates in the over-the-counter markets, servicing municipal, government, corporate, and other bonds. IDBs work with large blocks of securities where there is low trading volume.

Because over-the-counter markets, by definition, are decentralized, liquidity and transparency are limited. Inter-dealer brokers (IDBs) take on a crucial role, providing pricing information, liquidity, and privacy for their trading actions. In a way, they are each mini-exchanges where other financial institutions can find bids and offers for their activities. However, because IDBs buy from one dealer to sell to another, they act similarly to market makers.

Inter-dealer brokers add value to financial institution traders in several ways. IDBs improve price discovery and transparency by posting a bid, offer, and size of available securities for trading. This listing assists with the flow of information and provides market liquidity and efficiency in a space where there are not many players. Dealers are allowed anonymity and privacy as they work through the inter-dealer broker system. Traders may also experience lowered trading costs. Inter-dealer brokerages operate on small spreads, but they handle substantial transactions.

As with most areas of financial transactions and recordkeeping, inter-dealer brokers adapt to the changing electronic landscape.
Now, an increasing amount of trading takes place electronically, and buyers and sellers are matched on IDB systems. These platforms allow traders to trade directly with one another, although each side's identity remains hidden. However, afterhours marketing of the firm is still required to keep customers happy.

How is the Stock Market is divided?
Different sections of the share trading system should be considered when going into a purchase or interest in the shares of a public company.
Two areas the stock markets can be divided into the essential market and optional market.


A chance to expand their wages in offered to financial specialists by the market system or equity market without the high danger of going into their trading with high overheads and startup costs. Then again, stocks sales aided the organizations themselves to extend exponentially. Commonly an increase in the companies’ worth is often associated with a purchase of a companies’ share. Accordingly, exchanges performed on the stock or equity markets result in the investor and the owner’s success.

How is the Stock Market is divided?

Different sections of the share trading system should be considered when going into an into a purchase or interest in the shares of a public company.

Two areas the stock markets can be divided into the essential market and optional market.

  • Primary Market is an open securities exchange where an organization's shares are offered and, for the first time are directly from the issuing organization. 

  • Secondary Market Secondary Market is when offering and purchasing of shares that are as of now claimed by financial specialists is the average thought of the share trading system, even though stocks are additionally sold on the essential market as this is the stage they are at first issued from.

Moreover, there is one greater portion that gives additional potential outcomes to the entry into the market.

  • OTC Market Exchanging as the off-trade, is a possibility for financial specialists to partake in the acquisition and sales of stock from a decentralized market. The decentralized market is the place where an exchange of purchasing or offering will occur between two gatherings, for example, the merchant and the representative.


Major Stock Exchanges

Rank

Stock exchange

Country

Marketplace

Time zone

Open
(local)

Close
(local)

Open
(UTC
)

Close
(UTC)

1

New York Stock Exchange

 United States

New York

EST/EDT

09:30

16:00

14:30

21:00

2

NASDAQ

 United States

New York

EST/EDT

09:30

16:00

14:30

21:00

3

Japan Exchange Group

 Japan

Tokyo

JST

09:00

15:00

00:00

06:00

4

Shanghai Stock Exchange

 China

Shanghai

CST

09:30

15:00

01:30

07:00

5

Euronext

 European Union

Amsterdam
Brussels
Dublin
Lisbon
Paris

CET/CEST

09:00

17:30

08:00

16:30

6

London Stock Exchange Group

 United Kingdom   Italy

London
Milan

GMT/BST

08:00

16:30

08:00

16:30

7

Hong Kong Stock Exchange

 Hong Kong

Hong Kong

HKT

09:15

16:00

01:15

08:00

8

Shenzhen Stock Exchange

 China

Shenzhen

CST

09:30

15:00

01:30

07:00

9

Deutsche Börse

 Germany

Frankfurt

CET/CEST

08:00 (Eurex)
08:00 (floor)
09:00 (Xetra)

22:00 (Eurex)
20:00 (floor)
17:30 (Xetra)

07:00

21:00