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Executing client bids

A characteristic of the interbank market is the fact that the clients’ buy and sell orders of a given financial asset are executed at actual market prices. By following this rule, order execution has been optimized at EXNESS. Every client can see in the ordinary MetaTrader terminal both a graphic display of changes in the market value of any trading instrument, and a combined buy/sell order book for it. Therefore a trader can use all methods of technical analysis in his work and, evaluating the ratio of exposed volumes of selling/buying, flexibly analyze the situation in the market.

Let's look in more detail at the main aspects of completing trading operations. As mentioned previously, an important analytical tool in the EXNESS ECN system is the combined order book (or "level 2 quotes"). This order book contains information on limit orders (set by participants of the ECN floor) on specific trading instruments, namely data on the volumes and prices of the bids. From everything in the order book, the five best prices for buying and selling a trading instrument are displayed. In other words, in the table the trader can always the five lowest "Ask" prices and the five highest "Bid" prices simultaneously with the corresponding volume of bids for the instrument in which he is interested.

The five lowest "Ask" and "Bid" prices

The technology for executing bids is described in detail in the sections "Market orders" and "Pending orders".

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