Definition of NMS
Normal Market Size. A classification system for trading in securities - a NMS is intended to represent a normal institutional bargain. The main function of the system is to fix the size of transactions in which marketmakers are obliged to deal. Marketmakers therefore quote prices for deals of a normal market size.
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