Dealing Desk - Definition

In the Dealing Desk model almost none of the orders executed through this Broker ever reach the Actual market but rather stay in that broker’s inner Liquidity pool. Spreads and quotes are decided by the broker. A DD broker is a specific broker who employs dealers that may either Accept or reject orders from retail traders (re-quotes) depending on whether or not the broker is interested in accepting the specific Order or not.



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