Limit Order Book Reconstruction And Beyond: An Application To Istanbul Stock Exchange
We discuss the use of order book as a source of information and show step by step the procedure of its reconstruction for the case of Istanbul Stock Exchange. We then propose many new variables derived from the order book potentially prolific for future research. We also put forward an original approach by incorporating trades into the order book.
|Date of creation:||20 Oct 2005|
|Date of revision:||24 Oct 2005|
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