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Applying COM+ by Gregory Brill

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Chapter 10. Queued Components

When most people think of Wall Street traders, they imagine a frenetic trading floor, countless arms outstretched, waving tickets under a green-dotted, scrolling marquee. But not all trading is like that. Take bond trading, for example. Bonds and bond trading are commonly referred to as Fixed Income (FI) trading on Wall Street. The FI trading environment is more reserved than you might expect. In many firms, FI traders sit quite closely to each other at long desks laden with electronic news feeds, telecommunications consoles, and something called a Hoot and Holler (used for hollering announcements throughout the office).

These days, proprietary monitors and news feeds are giving way to Windows desktops, and there is ...

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