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Clear

To settle a trade by the seller delivering securities and the buyer delivering funds in the proper form. A trade that does not clear is said to fail. Comparison of the details of a transaction between broker/dealers prior to settlement; final exchange of securities for cash on delivery.

Clear

To settle a transaction by the payment of the price and often the delivery of the goods. Because so many transactions occur at a given time, and because they may directly or indirectly involve a number of third parties, such as brokers, dealers, or specialists, clearing firms settle most transactions in exchange for a fee.

clear

To pay for securities delivered into an account and accept funds for securities delivered out of an account.

clear

Of or relating to a trade in which the seller delivers securities and the buyer delivers funds in the prescribed manner and on time. Compare fail. See also good delivery.
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We are stressing the health benefits in all our branches, along with clearer prices.
The creation of a leadership team will ensure there is greater accountability for the decisions we take as a party from our elected members at all levels, and will mean that there is clearer leadership."
The comments also ask CMS to be clearer about enforcement of requirements and that it have a specific standard for determining and correcting discrimination.
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Dutch scientists say employers who insist on a clean-desk policy could be wasting their time - and that people who live in messy environments could be clearer thinkers.
As time goes by, it seems clearer and clearer that the transition countries are following very different evolutions, not only in their economic performances but also in their institutions.
Theresa May said officers should also be given clearer guidance on public order policing, she said.
According to L'Oreal, 69% of women across all four major ethnicities reported clearer skin with less acne imperfections after just four weeks of use, according to the company.
As the brand continues to grow, we are expecting more customers to visit us, so it's right that we have a clearer, easier-to-use website that everyone can enjoy and obtain good use from.'
Choice, along with training company Clearer Thoughts, is holding a free event next Thursday to encourage firms to sign up to Getting British Business Online (GBBO).
THE full scale of the huge job losses faced by Kirklees Council is now becoming far clearer.