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  • Back Office : 

    Refers to that segment of a stockbroker’s office that has little or no direct relationship with the public but which is generally responsible for nearly all processes involved in effecting a transaction.

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  • Inside Information : 

    Inside information is crucial and valuable information about a company which is known by the company’s board of directors, management and/or employees but not by the public. Such information could affect the company’s share price should it be made public.

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  • Volatile Shares : 

    These are shares that are prone to sharp and dramatic prize changes over relatively short periods of time.

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  • Trading Floor : 

    This is the arena in a stock exchange where trading activities are conducted. It is also referred to as the pit of the exchange.

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  • Recapitalization : 

    This is a change in a company’s capital structure by bringing in fresh capital, either by creating new shares through issues or by long term borrowing, or by converting debentures into shares. Recapitalization is normally undertaken with the aim of making the company’s capital structure more stable, or when a company is in a state of bankruptcy. 

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