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Trading paper

CDs purchased by accounts that are likely to resell them. The term is commonly used in the Euromarket.

Trading Paper

The act or practice of buying or selling a certificate of deposit. Trading paper especially refers to situations in which the buyer is likely to re-sell the CD. The term is most common on the Euromarket.
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Adrenaline is available in trade paper (ISBN: 978-1-484897-52-2, $12.
The Richebourg Affair is available in trade paper priced at USD13.
The trade paper was sold by its longtime owner, Reed Elsevier, in October to Penske Media Corp.
A source told trade paper the Morning Advertiser: "It's a Hollywood-quality mask that covers his head and tucks in under his shirt and jacket, so you can't see the join.
He is] the epitome of the man of the world," Heineken USA chief marketing officer Lesya Lysyj told the trade paper.
They trade paper, but never touch the greasy stuff.
Anwar was rated No 34 among Britain's welterweights in the latest rankings issued by trade paper Boxing News and Johal said: "Abul has been training throughout his studies.
Riley has drawn and lost his opening two bouts but performed well in defeat against unbeaten Kris Hughes in Scotland last time out, when trade paper Boxing News felt he deserved a draw.
According to reports in the trade paper the Morning Advertiser, the British Beer and Pub Association has written to all MPs who are backing the call, saying the measure should only be targeted at venues with a history of problems.
Journalists' trade paper UK Press Gazette has begun publishing a slimmer version after a rescue agreement between Wilmington Publishing Group and the administrator, Vantage Corporate Restructuring.
Heyday Books published the first trade paper edition in 1985.
As expected, the trade paper, Paris-Turf, did a fine job before and after, but, unlike Britain, hardly any of the dailies showed much interest in Europe's richest race, which is generally better known around the world than it is in France.