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Trade away

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Trade Away

To execute a trade through another broker or dealer.
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On paper, trading away a franchise star for two role players and a reserve may seem one-sided.
The team could soon be in the news again, but this time for trading away one of their best players.
"There can be no peace or stability in Afghanistan or anywhere else in the world that involves trading away the rights of women.
I am not sure about what happened in the background, but I thought that they made a mistake in trading away their top picks from previous years in Matt Rosser and Mo Tautuaa.
Since trading away Blake Griffin, the Clippers have gone 11-5.
Ibe Kachikwu which amounts to trading away the nation's resources to the mercy and vagaries of international interests through questionable subsidy plans that is completely against national interest.
Last year, they initiated a rebuilding plan by trading away star pitcher Chris Sale and cost-controlled and productive outfielder Adam Eaton for many top prospects.
The SEC's National Exam Program has included wrap fee programs among its annual examination priorities, particularly assessing whether advisors are fulfilling fiduciary and contractual obligations to clients and properly managing such aspects as disclosures, conflicts of interest, best execution, and trading away from the sponsor broker-dealer.
He shares the view of many union leaders that British Prime Minister David Cameron is intent on "trading away workers' rights" in his renegotiation with Brussels over the terms of Britain's membership, a claim that Downing Street denies.
The Paisley and Renfrewshire South MP said: "As the prospective foreign secretary in an incoming Labour government, the responsibility of defending this country is not something that is the subject of simply trading away interests one way or the other."
But tensions over gas exports are growing as critics voice concerns that the United States could be trading away the low energy prices that have fueled a rebound by the long-struggling manufacturing sector.