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Street Broker

A broker who facilitates trades in the over-the-counter market. That is, a street broker is not a member on an exchange and therefore does not have a right to trade on an exchange.
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Clifford's affair arranged, he was to meet a State Street broker, who has undertaken to procure a heavy percentage, and the best of paper, for a few loose thousands which the Judge happens to have by him, uninvested.
once the Wall Street brokers have picked it up," continued Mendy.
Sterling s business partners range from high street brokers to the UK's leading retail banks and financial institutions.
THE VERDICT This scathingly dark and funny delve into the amoral behaviour of money-mad Wall Street brokers is a lurid affair, with Leonardo DiCaprio putting his nice-guy persona on the back burner.
Summary: Six Wall Street brokers have surrendered to the FBI on charges of a $140 million (Au87.
We arrest the street brokers at the first opportunity.
In the tour of Ivy League college friends, hip-hop execs, Wall Street brokers, fashion stylists, and professional athletes, the reader is taken with Poulson's journalistic skill and the vibrant personalities of his glamorous and intelligent friends, colleagues and aquaintances.
Mr Ellis said Broker Network, established ten years ago, negotiates terms with big insurance companies on behalf of its members, which are mostly local high street brokers.
By the 1950s and 1960s, tattooing had become a mark of the marginalized among Americans, becoming a more common sight on prisoners, motorcycle bikers, and gang members--and rarely if ever seen on Wall Street brokers.
Her formidable client list included Wall Street brokers, who paid $500-an-hour.
Wall Street brokers have been busy downgrading US supermarket shares as Albertson's, the latest American food retailer to suffer from the Wal-Mart effect, issued a profits warning.
Martin has a list of 45 dogs to take walkies, including movie star Darryl Hannah's mutt, ABC newsreader Peter Jenning's terrier and the four-legged friends of a host of Wall Street brokers, lawyers and high-flying politicians.