clearing fee

Clearing Fee

A fee a clearing house charges for its services of handling unsettled transactions.

clearing fee

A charge assessed by a clearing house for clearing securities trades using its own facilities.
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Among the incentive schemes, the exchange is reimbursing Clearing Fee paid by its trading members to their Clearing Members, enabling a reduction in transactional cost of brokers.
Transaction and clearing fee revenue was almost flat at $279.
When you look at the total cost of doing a trade, the exchange fee is 10%, the SEC's fee is 10%, the clearing fee is 10%.
Eurex Clearing, the clearing operation of the Deutsche Borse Group, is to introduce a 50% reduction in its fixed clearing fee and expand the discount models for Xetra cash market transactions from 1 December 2010.
When I got there, I was charged Import Duty, VAT, and a Post Office Clearing Fee, all of which nearly doubled the cost of the CDs.
This cost is computed using the clearing fee structure in force at the Chicago Board of Trade during the periods covered by our sample data.
Total securities revenue declined slightly as the 3% increase in total traded value was offset by a 4% drop in average clearing fee.
The impact of the fall in trading value was partially offset by a 6% increase in average clearing fee to 3.
The impact of the fall in trading was partially offset by a 5% increase in average clearing fee to 3.
When I started in the futures market, the clearing fee on the London market was [pounds sterling]1.
The clearing fee will be reduced by one-fifth from 0.
All option trades cleared from 10 September 2012 to 31 October 2012 will receive a 100% SGX clearing fee rebate.

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