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German translation: [an Nasdaq Europe] notierte Werte / gehandelte Werte

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English term or phrase:Listed Segment/Traded Segment
German translation:[an Nasdaq Europe] notierte Werte / gehandelte Werte
Entered by: Ralf Lemster
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23:16 Nov 3, 2001
English to German translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
English term or phrase: Listed Segment/Traded Segment
This is a general question for finance buffs: Can the Listed Segment on Nasdaq Europe be compared to the "geregelter Markt" at German stock exchanges and the Traded Segment on Nasdaq Europe to the "Freiverkehr" on German exchanges? I intend to leave the English terms in brackets in the translated text, but they definitely require some explanation or comparative reference to segments existing in the German financial markets.
Beate Lutzebaeck
New Zealand
Local time: 16:51
[an Nasdaq Europe] notierte Werte / gehandelte Werte
Explanation:
I wouldn't attempt to directly compare the segments to the structure of German exchanges; for the 'Listed Segment', this might be somewhat sensible (although the listing requirements appear to be somewhere in between 'Geregelter Markt' and 'Amtlicher Handel'). As far as I know the German rules in comparison, the major difference appears to be the inclusion into the 'Traded Segment', which is not based on any initiative by the issuer, or a financial institution acting on behalf of the issuer.

As an alternative to the terms I suggested, you may want to use "Regulierter Markt" vs. "OTC-Handel" [an Nasdaq Europe].

HTH - Gruß rl
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Ralf Lemster
Germany
Local time: 04:51
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It helps indeed - auf der NE-Website hatte ich mich übrigens auch schon schlau gemacht, da gab's so eine nette Tabelle, in der Listed und Traded Segment einander gegenübergestellt wurden. Ich bin deinem "OTC-Handel/regulierter Markt"-Vorschlag gefolgt ("... das in etwa dem OTC-Handel an anderen Börsen entspricht ..."). Mellow greetings from down under - Beate
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[an Nasdaq Europe] notierte Werte / gehandelte Werte


Explanation:
I wouldn't attempt to directly compare the segments to the structure of German exchanges; for the 'Listed Segment', this might be somewhat sensible (although the listing requirements appear to be somewhere in between 'Geregelter Markt' and 'Amtlicher Handel'). As far as I know the German rules in comparison, the major difference appears to be the inclusion into the 'Traded Segment', which is not based on any initiative by the issuer, or a financial institution acting on behalf of the issuer.

As an alternative to the terms I suggested, you may want to use "Regulierter Markt" vs. "OTC-Handel" [an Nasdaq Europe].

HTH - Gruß rl


    Reference: http://www.nasdaqeurope.com/members/trading/about_trading.as...
Ralf Lemster
Germany
Local time: 04:51
Native speaker of: German
PRO pts in pair: 4899
Grading comment
It helps indeed - auf der NE-Website hatte ich mich übrigens auch schon schlau gemacht, da gab's so eine nette Tabelle, in der Listed und Traded Segment einander gegenübergestellt wurden. Ich bin deinem "OTC-Handel/regulierter Markt"-Vorschlag gefolgt ("... das in etwa dem OTC-Handel an anderen Börsen entspricht ..."). Mellow greetings from down under - Beate
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