Definition Edit

B2B exchanges

are typified by anonymous, real-time matching of orders and quotes comparable to that which occurs on a traditional securities exchange. This pricing mechanism is ideal for commodities or commodity-like products.[1]

Overview Edit

Such highly standardized products are traded constantly and may experience some volatility. An example of such an exchange is Currenex, a currency exchange that links banks and corporations.

References Edit

  1. Entering the 21st Century: Competition Policy in the World of B2B Electronic Marketplaces, at 11 (footnotes omitted).

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