e-trading UK US noun [U] (also electronic trading)
STOCK MARKET a method of trading stocks, currencies, etc. through electronic stock markets such as NASDAQ: »

Plans have been announced for a new e-trading venture that will allow clients to buy and sell after traditional markets have closed.

E-COMMERCE the use of the internet to increase business by offering your services or products to a larger number of customers through a website: »

e-trading firms

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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