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From: the Campaign for Real Economics (camrec@mmu.ac.uk)
Date: Wed Feb 24 1999 - 17:01:13 GMT


Date: Wed, 24 Feb 1999 17:01:13 +0000
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From: the Campaign for Real Economics <camrec@mmu.ac.uk>
Date: Wed, 24 Feb 1999 17:01:13 +0000
Subject: "CAMREC: " How do market-makers really set their prices?

Does anybody know of any studies (or even ancedotal description) of how
jobbers or market makers set their prices? I am interested in any
*actual* rules-of-thumb or systems used rather than how they are
supposed to set their prices.

Thanks in advance.
 
Regards.

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Bruce Edmonds,
Centre for Policy Modelling,
Manchester Metropolitan University, Aytoun Bldg.,
Aytoun St., Manchester, M1 3GH. UK.
http://www.cpm.mmu.ac.uk/~bruce

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