Street Broker

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.
American sets sail from New York to London, hauling a cast of characters including night club singer Reno Sweeney, lovesick Wall Street broker Billy Crocker, socialite Hope Harcourt with fiance Sir Evelyn Oakleigh; and "Public Enemy #13," Moonface Martin, trying to make his getaway.
A former Wall Street broker who complained of sexual harassment at work was awarded a $1.2 million settlement.
Consolo met Jerome Sidel, a Wall Street broker and financial consultant with whom she had a personal partnership that lasted 30 years.
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Belfort is an out-of-control Wall Street broker who rakes in billions from his brokerage firm and enjoys a hedonistic lifestyle of drugs, booze, women and fast cars.
Instead, a buyorder- placed by a pension fund through a Wall Street broker, for example-for 100,000 shares of IBM would first be routed through a venue like BATS (on New Jersey's side of the Lincoln Tunnel), where it would be partially filled; it would then be routed to any number of exchanges physically further away until all 100,000 shares had been bought.
The Three Tuns Brewery - which was saved from closure ten years ago by a former Wall Street broker from Wolverhampton - was granted a licence by King Charles I in 1642.
Meanwhile, Front Street Broker's nonprofit Impact Club Boise was able to generate over$100,000.
The actor will play Bruce Niles, a closeted Wall Street broker who heads the Gay Men's Health Crisis.
Ms Marsh believes that practices shouldn't purchase their policy from a High Street broker or online "due to the nature of their business and the specialisms required in many forms of insurance."
Wall Street broker Michael Cromwell discovers that he has a teenage son (Sam Huntington) who's been brought up by an Amazonian tribe.