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Changer

A clearing house, especially on the Merc, that takes the opposite position of an exchange's member firm's futures position. In other words, the changer bears the risk of a futures contract on behalf of this member firm. Changers charge a fee for this service.
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Because the principal question does not concern them but those that are connected with the money changer, there will not be much talk about them.
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Since 2016, the central bank has been cancelling the licenses of several money changers for various violations of money laundering rules, including know-your-customer rules.
It revealed that the FIA team would investigate the above areas money changers in the backdrop of documents recovered from Axact Company office.
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Kabul money changers had also observed a one-day shutter down after Asmatullah's killing.
Peter, because of some impropriety on the part of the merchants and money changers cannot know the worth of his ducats in Florence and needs his money there, estimates a just price just as the exchanges will then be worth, not with the hope of profit.