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BMF uses information about commitments to monitor margins and open interest. Floor Trading System For the most part, trading is conducted by open outcryviva voz. Traders with orders from clients or who trade for their own account meet on the floor and attempt to buy and sell by voicing their desired position. When a match occurs, the seller fills out a transaction card with the contract type, price, quantity, buyer and seller, which must be signed by both parties. The seller has ten minutes to report the trade to exchange officials who occupy booths at the edge of the trading floor.
By documenting the nature and diversity of the market structures of these increasingly important markets further, it is hoped that investor interest in the markets will continue to increase. 7 See Domowitz, Glen and Madhavan (1994) for an introduction to microstructure of the Mexican Stock Exchange and empirical work related to specific features of that market. 8 See, for example, Park and Van Agtmael (1993). Page 12 References Amihud, Y. and H. and Mendelson, 1991, Liquidity, Asset Prices and Financial Policy, Financial Analysts Journal, November-December, 5666.
In a deep market, even large orders can be transacted at the current price. In contrast, when market depth is lacking, the larger an order, the more price will have to adjust to fill that order. Here again, microstructure has an important role to play. Continuous markets, which spread trades over time, may be thinner than markets which batch orders into a few periodic auctions. Thus, even though periodic auctions force traders to wait, auction markets can be deeper and more attractive as a result.