Empirical Shape Function of the Limit-Order Books of the USD/COP Spot Market

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Javier Sandoval

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The following work aims to study the empirical properties of the limit-order books (LOB) of the USD/COP spot market. The article is organized as follows: The first section introduces important concepts and definitions. The second section characterizes limit-order book markets. The third section presents the dataset. The fourth and fifth sections depict the statistical properties of the limit-order book. The last section presents relevant conclusions.

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