Trading posts


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Trading posts

The positions on the floor of a stock exchange where the specialists stand and securities are traded.

Trading Posts

The physical places on exchanges where transactions occur. Trading posts are most important to exchanges that use the open outcry or a similar system. They are becoming increasingly irrelevant as more exchanges conduct trading electronically.
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We will leave if the eviction notice has legal basis, said Jonathan Tercero, president of the trading post's bagsakan group.
Unlike in the old trading post, retail is not permitted inside the BAPTC premises, he said.
He said farmers and traders may develop their own trading area should they be forced to leave the old trading post.
If you are running what is obviously a business service or making and selling a product, the station will want you to pay for a commercial rather than using the free trading post. However, the boundaries on this are sometimes hazy.
While I can only guess as to all the reasons why, the bottom line is that KKOZ has a more active trading post than KKOW.
It seems that what activity there is on KKOW's trading post, strangely enough, is almost confined to the town of Pittsburg itself, which is not all that enormous as "big towns" go.
In 1881, when the railroad arrived, trade with the East increased and the trading posts prospered.
Trading posts once thrived because of the isolation of the reservations.
Though they recognize the need for such diversification, they and others decry trading posts that stock mass-produced or imported "Indian" arts and crafts, often at high prices even after so-called deep discounts.
Although this scene takes place in 1998 in a trading post in Gallup, New Mexico, it could have happened a hundred years ago - except, of course, for the cash, the computer record, and the customer's shiny red pickup.
It will serve as a slaughterhouse and trading post for livestock animals like goat and sheep and will serve approximately 1,000 livestock farmers trading in nearby areas, according to the DA.