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Instruments


instruments

  • Equities: ordinary shares, preferred shares, warrants convertible bonds (in the middle between equities and bonds)

  • Fixed income: bonds

  • Derivatives
    Standardised contracts: futures and options
    Non standardised contracts: forward, swaps, credit default swaps (cdss) …

  • Securitised derivatives: covered warrants, exchange traded funds (etfs), exchange traded commodities (etcs)

  • Commodities

  • Other

Most ideas of market microstructure affects trading in all the above instruments.
Anyway, the type of security, along with its main features and reasons why to be traded, affect the proper design of the market, including type of traders to be admitted to trading.

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