Continuous Quotations Law and Legal Definition

Continuous quotations refers to the market reports on prices of commodities or stocks bought and sold which are collected and circulated at intervals of less than ten or fifteen minutes.

The following is an example of a case law on continuous quotations:

The expression continuous quotations are defined as every service of quotations wherein the price of any commodity shall be quoted oftener than at intervals of ten minutes. [Western Union Tel. Co. v. State, 165 Ind. 492, 505 (Ind. 1905)].