Big producer

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Big producer

A successful broker who generates a large volume of commission. See Rainmaker.

Big Producer

A well known and well regarded broker who generates a significant amount of business for his/her brokerage (and a great deal of money in commissions for himself/herself). See also: Rainmaker.
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Shane Guidry, CEO and chairman of New Orleans-based Harvey Gulf International Marine, agrees that Shell and other big producers are thinking more broadly about the needs of multiple assets and getting better at managing their logistics.
It was a conspiracy of silence, but more women are finding the courage to tell their tales about how big producers like Weinstein exploited and left them feeling weak and helpless.
Spain is big dairy producer and on a per capita basis a bigger consumer of milk than New Zealand, The northern provinces of Gallicia, Asturia, Cantabria and Biscay are all big producers and the main source of domestic milk and cow-based dairy products.
It is also occurring with big producers, expanding the trend of wirehouse advisors going independent or switching to the RIA channel.
We, as responsible big producers, should monitor the situation, because it is easy to drop prices and bring damage to ourselves and our partners.
In world markets, oil prices were up due to report of support by big producers to extend the agreement on reducing production led by OPEC members and Russia.
As a result, the festival was dominated by quality independent productions, and the big producers of formula blockbusters were left in the cold.
Ensure the collection of voluntary contributions glass columns, tanks of the big producers in the territory of Symat and transport glass to the recycling site.
The increasing complexity and evolving logistics sector in the region is also fuelling technical innovation form big producers like Daifuku from Japan, Germany's SSI Schafer and Kardex Remstar, Mecalux from Spain, Swiss company Swisslog, and the USA-headquartered Bastian Solutions.
Saudi Arabia and other big producers have sent prices plummeting by flooding the market to put pressure on American shale oil and gas explorers, who have higher production costs.
It is thought those big producers want to maintain production at the current level.
The chart below shows how the oil price has behaved during numerous geopolitical events since 2011 and what is telling is that peaks have become more and more shallow with big producers such as Saudi Arabia having been able to meet any potential short falls and thereby help maintain a steady price.