The trading area where securities are bought and sold on an exchange. It is far less of the bull pit it used to be since the advent of screen trading.
The area of a stock exchange where active trading occurs. Also the price at which a stop order is activated (when the price drops low enough to activate such an order).
An agreement with a counterparty that sets a lower limit to interest rates for the floor buyer for a stated time. A term for an exchanges trading area (cf. screen based trading), normally the trading area is referred to as a pit in the commodities and futures markets.
Trading area where stocks and bonds are bought and sold on an exchange.
The huge trading area - about the size of a football field - where stocks, bonds and options are bought and sold on the New York Stock Exchange.
The place in an exchange where securities are traded.
The area of an exchange where securities are bought and sold. See: Floor Broker; Floor Trader; Post; Stock Exchange
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1) The main trading area of an exchange. 2) A supply contract between a buyer and seller of a commodity, whereby the seller is assured that he will receive at least some minimum price. This type of contract is analogous to a put option.