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Internalization

A trade between an investor and his/her brokerage. That is, the client makes an order to the brokerage to buy or sell a security and the brokerage fills the order from its own inventory of the security. This can be advantageous to the brokerage because it is less expensive than going out and finding another buyer or seller. Some exchanges prohibit these trades, and brokerages are required to report internalization on exchanges that permit it.

internalize

To send a customer order from a brokerage firm to the firm's own specialist or market maker. Internalizing an order allows a broker to share in the profit (spread between the bid and ask) of executing the order.
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Among those associations that choose to internalize their programs, however, not all functions are equally likely to be brought in-house.
Each method is easy to internalize and use, such as the importance of limiting excessive verbosity used to communicate when a child is naughty (an estimated "one word per year of life" sentence structure is recommended when communicating parental displeasure), the giving an immediate consequence for unacceptable behavior, refraining from yelling at children, and refraining from giving warnings, which only reinforce the idea that obedience is not required the first time a child is given an instruction.
In addition, the combined collection operations of Waste Services and Liberty Waste will be able to internalize construction and demolition waste volumes into the acquired landfill.
Social engineering with the goal of making people internalize the belief that they could be caught for any misdeed at any time took hold, and many people do internalize these ideas subconsciously.
These high expectations place tremendous pressure on Jenna because she may internalize these expectations and believe that she must be a high achiever to win the approval of herself and others.
* Teaching conceptually enables students to internalize musical ideas more readily and experience and apply them to multiple situations.
Using reflections in coursework allows students to internalize their learning.
How about, "if your parents complain about your man, isn't it inevitable that you will internalize some of their complaints and believe them yourself?" How many times has this reaped havoc on a good relationship?
Will The Art of Landscape Detail help lecturers make students understand and internalize the formative role of detail during the conceptual design stage?
In career terms, self-actualized people are "company people," but not "yes-people." They are executives who have freed themselves to be able to internalize the growth, development, and strategic planning of their organization--because they are able to rise above personal considerations, to shed emotionalism, and see more clearly.
Poppy John and Mammaw Saddler provide lessons in living--possibilities--which their grandson will internalize as he returns to give greater effort at his school.
For example, if Benita is experiencing discrimination in the classroom--receiving the message that she does not possess superior academic ability--she may likely internalize this message.

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