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Finance Dictionary and Glossary of Investment Terms
The situation that arises when a security is registered for trading on more than one exchange. Dual listings can lead to increased liquidity for the issue. Some securities listed on one exchange may not be listed on another exchange, preventing a dual listing.
Listing of a security on more than one exchange, thus increasing the competition for bid and offer prices, the liquidity of the securities, and the length time the stock can be traded daily (if listed on both the east and west coasts.) See: Listed security.
The listing of a company's shares on more than one stock exchange.