Terms used in official statistics

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Regulated market


Definition:
It is a system for trading in financial instruments admitted to trading, which operates on a continuous basis and provides investors with universal, equal and concurrent access to market information when matching the offers to acquire and to sell financial instruments, and ensures equal terms for the acquisition and disposal of such instruments; such market to be organised and supervised by a competent authority pursuant to the provisions of this Act, recognised by a given Member State as compliant with the abovementioned requirements, and notified to the European Commission as a regulated market.

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