[ US /ˈtɹeɪdɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /tɹˈe‍ɪdɪŋ/ ]
  1. buying or selling securities or commodities
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How To Use trading In A Sentence

  • He presided over the job placement blackboard beside the trading floor.
  • We are pleased to offer our clients access to CBX ASIA through our trading platform as we remain fully committed to providing the broadest selection of liquidity in Asia and globally, ensuring that our clients have a unique and dynamic edge when accessing trading venues". Bobsguide Financial Industry News
  • Insider trading could be one phrase for that. Times, Sunday Times
  • If it became possible for shareholders to sue firms where those firms might reasonably have protected them from insider trading, corporate Australia's complaisance towards insider trading could take a healthy hit.
  • Shares are currently trading at $0.68, so this is an excellent time to get into the market.
  • New York was originally a Dutch trading post.
  • He might be onto something, as long as he's just daytrading Hillary. Gallup: Hillary Takes Two-Point National Lead Over Obama
  • He was not going to conduct his presidency through interest groups, by balancing one constituency against another and engaging in the customary horse-trading on the Hill. The Good Fight
  • The FSA has been trying for years to claim a big scalp as part of a failing effort to stamp out insider trading. Times, Sunday Times
  • The earnings announcement came before the opening of trading on the Madrid Stock Exchange.
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