ISO

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AcronymDefinition
ISOIn Search Of
ISO[not an acronym] common short name for the International Organization for Standardization; also see Iso- prefix
ISOInternational Standards Organization (common, but incorrect)
ISOInstead Of
ISOInternational Organization for Standardization
ISOIn Support Of
ISOInternational Student Organization
ISOIsolation (sports play-calling, especially basketball)
ISOIsochronous (band)
ISOInformation Security Officer
ISOInformation Security Operations (various organizations)
ISOIsometric
ISOIndependent System Operator
ISOIsotope
ISOIsolated Power (baseball statistic)
ISOIncentive Stock Option
ISOInfrared Space Observatory
ISOInternational Socialist Organization
ISOIsoproterenol
ISOInsurance Services Office, Inc. (CMSP and PLSP statistics are reported to this rate making organization)
ISOInsurance Service Organization
ISOIndianapolis Symphony Orchestra
ISOInternational Student Office (various universities)
ISOInternal Sales Order
ISOInternational Science Olympiad
ISOIndependent Sales Organization
ISOImperial Service Order
ISOIndependent Service Organization
ISOIndian Student Organization
ISOIndependent Sales Office
ISOImamia Students Organization (Pakistan)
ISOInformation Systems Office
ISOInformation Systems Officer
ISOInternational Standards Organization
ISOInterstedelijk Studenten Overleg (Netherlands student organization)
ISOIllinois Symphony Orchestra
ISOIstanbul Sanayi Odasi
ISOInformation Services Organisation (various locations)
ISOInstallation Safety Office
ISOIntensive Supervision Officer
ISOIsolierverglasung (German: insulating glass)
ISOIntermediary Services Organization
ISOIndependent Study Online (distance learning)
ISOInspection of Services
ISOIntraseasonal Oscillation
ISOIndustry Standards Organization (IEEE-ISTO)
ISOInternational Society of Organbuilders
ISOInsurance Support Organization
ISOInternational Scholar Office (University of California, San Diego)
ISOIsochronal Inspection (USAF; scheduled maintenance for aircraft)
ISOInspection of Supplies
ISOIntermarket Sweep Order (finance)
ISOKinston, NC, USA (Airport Code)
ISOImaging Spectrometric Observatory
ISOImperial Symphony Orchestra
ISOImpuesto de Solidaridad (Guatemala)
ISOIntegration Staff Officer
ISOIsrael Symphony Orchestra (est. 1988)
ISOIsochronical Inspection (USAF; phase of aircraft maintenance)
ISOIntelligence and Security Office(r)
ISOInternational Satellite Organization
ISOInstructional Services Office (various schools)
ISOInternal Service Order
ISOInstitutional Support Office
ISOInstallation Support Office
ISOInstallation Supply Officer
ISOInternet Sales Outlet
ISOOpen System Interfacing
ISOIstanbul Sanayi Odasý (Turkish: Istanbul Chamber of Industy)
ISOIndependent Scholar Option
ISOImmigrant Serving Organization (Canada)
ISOInterservice Support Office
ISOInternational Switch Operations
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However, prices inferior to the Benchmark Quote may be accessed with the use of an Intermarket Sweep Order (ISO) (Chakravarty et al., 2012).
Benchmark Event Volume and Post-Event Volume We present the median daily volume of intermarket sweep order (ISO) and non-intermarket sweep order (NISO) trades over the maximum length of a Benchmark Event (Panel A) and for the 1,000 milliseconds of trading following the Benchmark Event (Panel B).
These violations include Rule 203(b) (1) of Regulation SHO relating to short sales, Rule 611(c) of Regulation NMS related to intermarket sweep orders, Rule 17a-8 concerning anti-money laundering requirements, and Rule 17a-4(b)(4) concerning the preservation of records.
These violations include Rule 203(b)(1) of Regulation SHO relating to short sales, Rule 611(c) of Regulation NMS related to intermarket sweep orders, Rule 17a-8 concerning anti-money laundering requirements, and Rule 17a-4(b)(4) concerning the preservation of records.
If the venue was not displaying the NBBO, it could either execute the order at a "significant" level of price improvement, or route 'intermarket sweep orders' to the full displayed size of NBBO quotations and then execute the balance of the order at the NBBO -- meaning that a dark pool that could not offer price improvement of more than a penny for stocks trading over US$1 would have to route out any displayed liquidity at the NBBO before filling any outstanding amount in its own book.
If the venue was not displaying the NBBO, it could either execute the order at a "significant" level of price improvement, such as the minimum tick size, or route 'intermarket sweep orders' to the full displayed size of NBBO quotations and then execute the balance of the order at the NBBO.