- Placed on a list that dictates that the trader may not maintain positions, solicit business, or provide indications in a stock, but may serve as broker in agency trade after being properly cleared. Traders are so restricted due to investment bank involvement with the company on nonpublic activity ( i.e., mergers and acquisitions defense), affiliate ownership, or underwriting activities; signified on the Quotron by a flashing "R." A restricted list and the stocks on it should never be conveyed to anyone outside of the trading areas, much less outside the firm. Bloomberg Financial DictionarySee: grey list . Bloomberg Financial Dictionary
* * *restrict re‧strict [rɪˈstrɪkt] verb [transitive]to limit or put controls on the amount, size, or range of something:restrict something to something
• The bank imposed a ruling, restricting credit increases to 2.5%.
• laws that restrict public employee pension funds to making only certain types of investment— restricted adjective :
• Japanese consumers pay higher prices for goods because of restricted competition.
* * *restricted UK US /rɪˈstrɪktɪd/ adjective► limited in amount or range: »
Job opportunities are severely restricted at the moment.restricted goods/service/supply »
Engineering work will also mean restricted services between London and the Midlands.restricted to sb/sth »
Access to the system is now restricted to authorized staff.► STOCK MARKET, WORKPLACE used to describe shares given to employees or sold to them at a reduced price, which they are then not allowed to sell for a particular period: »
The Company grants no restricted stock and has no long-term incentive plan.»
Financial and business terms. 2012.
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restricted — re·strict·ed adj: subject or subjected to restriction a restricted area restricted use Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. restricted … Law dictionary
restricted — (adj.) limited, 1830, pp. adjective from RESTRICT (Cf. restrict); of documents, etc., secret, not for public release it is recorded from 1944. In U.S., restricted was a euphemism for off limits to Jews (1947). Manager: I m sorry, Mr. Marx, but we … Etymology dictionary
restricted — ► ADJECTIVE 1) limited in extent, number, or scope. 2) not revealed or made open to the public for reasons of national security … English terms dictionary
restricted — [ri strik′tid] adj. limited; confined; specif., ☆ a) limited to authorized personnel: said of documents, data, etc. ☆ b) excluding a certain group or groups; esp., limited to white gentiles restrictedly adv … English World dictionary
restricted — re|strict|ed [rıˈstrıktıd] adj 1.) small or limited in size, area, or amount ▪ It s difficult trying to work in such a restricted space. 2.) limited or controlled, especially by laws or rules ▪ Press freedom is severely restricted. restricted to… … Dictionary of contemporary English
restricted — re|strict|ed [ rı strıktəd ] adjective * 1. ) intended only for people who have been given special permission: The officers were caught photographing in a restricted military zone. restricted area/waters/airspace: This is a restricted area. a )… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
restricted — [[t]rɪstrɪ̱ktɪd[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED Something that is restricted is quite small or limited. ...the monotony of a heavily restricted diet... Plants, like animals, often have restricted habitats. 2) ADJ: v link ADJ to n If something is restricted to … English dictionary
restricted — adjective 1 small or limited in size, area, or amount: It s difficult trying to work in such a restricted space. 2 limited or controlled, especially by laws or rules: Press freedom is severely restricted. (+ to): The sale of alcohol is restricted … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
restricted */ — UK [rɪˈstrɪktɪd] / US [rɪˈstrɪktəd] adjective 1) a) intended only for people who have been given special permission The officers were caught photographing in a restricted military zone. This is a restricted area. b) only for the use of or only… … English dictionary
restricted — adj. VERBS ▪ be ▪ become ▪ The US may become more restricted in its use of economic sanctions. ▪ feel ▪ She felt restricted in her uniform … Collocations dictionary