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* * *programme trading UK US (US program trading) noun [U] STOCK MARKET, FINANCE► the buying and selling of shares automatically when they reach particular price levels: »
A drop of 50 points in the Dow activates the New York Stock Exchange's limits on program trading.
Financial and business terms. 2012.
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