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Jobber

A term for a market maker used on the London Stock Exchange.

Jobber

In the United Kingdom, informal for a market maker.

jobber

a dealer who acts as a principal in buying and selling FINANCIAL SECURITIES such as STOCKS, SHARES and BONDS, thereby ‘making a market’ in these securities. See MARKET MAKER, STOCK EXCHANGE.
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This jobber season takes place against the backdrop of a slowing economy and sinking stock prices, which are affecting every component of the marketplace, from consumers to retailers to manufacturers.
CR Computer Solutions develops and markets a comprehensive suite of wireless technologies and web-enabled software applications that manage inventory, point of sale, accounting, ordering, shipping and other activities unique to warehouse and jobber operations.
New York-The New York jobber market will begin later this month and continue into early October.
Jobber landscape, how Jobbers view brand relationships, and what the oil companies are doing to adjust to the unprecedented marketplace changes.
Chenille and casual woven fabrics continue to be in demand, but jobbers are also choosing more formal looks this season.
Garguilo said jobbers have been interested in the bright, young colors in the plaids, stripes and solids from the company's Hunt Club and Casino collections.
To add value to our jobbers, we will also make colors to their specifications.
Shell Oil Company will assist in the flood relief operation by contributing additional funding for relief items on behalf of its employees, dealers and jobbers in Illinois and Missouri.
The Intercontinental Fuel Terminal greatly improves the availability of biodiesel to large fleet customers," Gulf Hydrocarbon Sales Specialist, Sean Sullivan, said "The IFL Houston terminal serves jobbers and distributors in Texas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma.
Traditionally, fabric suppliers used to focus on higher-end fabrics for the jobbers.
Shell employee volunteers and Shell dealers and jobbers will distribute these items to flood victims at relief tents in Illinois and Missouri.