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Definition of Intraday
1. occurring within a single day [adj]
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Literary usage of Intraday
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1. Pyaments, Clearance, and Settlement: A Guide to the Systems, Risks, and Issues by Nolani T. Traylor, Tamara E. Cross, Nancy Eibeck, Robert Pollard (1998)
"The market price is determined and is used in the intraday settlement calculation at CME. For BOTCC, trades that have been matched up until this time are ..."
2. Securities Markets: Decimal Pricing Has Contributed to Lower Trading Costs by Richard J. Hillman (2005)
"intraday returns were measured for each stock based on continuously compounded percentage changes in quotation midpoints, which were recorded on an hourly ..."
3. Risk Management of Financial Derivatives: Comptroller's Handbook edited by Barry Leonard (1999)
"Thus, comparisons of VAR to actual P&L need to address the effect of intraday trading and risk management activities, customer mark-up, and net interest ..."
4. Projected Costs of Generating Electricity: 2005 Update by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, International Energy Agency (2005)
"... Contracts organised through the Iberian market operator, in which management of the daily and intraday markets will be in the hands of the Spanish pole ..."
5. Profiting from Chaos: Using Chaos Theory for Market Timing, Stock Selection by Tonis Vaga (1994)
"However, intraday changes or longer time periods could also be examined, depending on one's time frame of interest. Early research assumed fixed intervals; ..."
6. Flexibility in Natural Gas Supply and Demand by Sylvie Cornot-Gandolphe, Ralf Dickel, International Energy Agency (2002)
"In the United States, for example, intraday flexibility is typically limited to 6% of the daily contractual quantity in any one hour. ..."