In general, the comparison of income and expenses. – Settlement of accounts, especially the debiting and crediting of securities as units, i.e. not converted at the price. – In older literature, also the book in which corresponding additions and deductions are made. – In stock exchange trading, the turnover on the stock exchange; all exchange transactions. The supervisory bodies usually impose very strict obligations on stockbrokers to keep order book records (order book) and monitor them – see Iceberg order, lead broker.
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