Stock exchange monopoly

Voluntary commitment of all official market participants to place all their orders to buy or sell securities on an stock exchange.

The stock exchange monopoly ensures that all official market participants carry out all of their securities trading via a stock exchange. This facilitates investors to benefit from a fair execution of their orders and the market to stay liquid.

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