clean trade

Clean Trade

A trade in which a brokerage is able to match clients' buy and sell orders precisely. This is beneficial for the brokerage as it means that it does not have to find more securities or sell from its own inventory in order to fill the orders. It is also called a clean cross.
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clean trade

A security transaction by a broker that exactly matches customer buy and sell orders. Thus, the broker does not find it necessary either to acquire securities or to sell from inventory in order to complete the transaction. Also called clean cross.
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A CLEAN TRADE POLICY FRAMEWORK FOR IMPORTING STATES
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Disqualified Countries: A Clean Trade Act and Clean Hands Trusts
States implementing a Clean Trade framework will disengage their consumer demand from the most extreme authoritarian regimes and failed states, and encourage their trade partners to join them, with two policies: a Clean Trade Act and Clean Hands Trusts.
A Clean Trade Act will set out legal penalties for any citizen or corporation facilitating the import of natural resources from a disqualified country into the enacting jurisdiction.
Passing a Clean Trade Act will create a level playing field for all corporations operating within the jurisdiction of the implementing state.
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