Program-trading meaning

Automatic trading of large blocks of stock or other securities based on algorithms that respond to market conditions.
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The use of sophisticated computer programs to execute large orders to buy and sell stocks and futures.
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A computer program that automatically executes trades when certain price levels or other milestones are reached. Typically program trading is used to trade large amounts of stocks, which can produce volatility in the market. Stock exchanges have regulations that restrict program trading during volatile periods.
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