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Trading paper

CDs purchased by accounts that are likely to resell them. The term is commonly used in the Euromarket.

Trading Paper

The act or practice of buying or selling a certificate of deposit. Trading paper especially refers to situations in which the buyer is likely to re-sell the CD. The term is most common on the Euromarket.
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It was founded in 1930 as a daily trade paper and in 2010 switched to a weekly large-format print magazine with a revamped website.
Trade paper The Grocer says the aim is to lift some of the pressure on pound shop margins from the devaluation of sterling.
A trade paper reported there was evidence of staff working more than 70 hours a week and a 200 per cent rise in accidents over the first year.
The Welsh Government's Brexit trade paper outlines how the Welsh economy is best protected by retaining full access to the European Single Market and membership of a customs union.
'The series' former tart strain of battle-of-the-sexes comedy has bled almost entirely out of the enterprise,' writes Guy Lodge in the trade paper.
The hike comes despite a 35 per cent fall in the cost of importing key ingredient hazelnuts this year, says trade paper The Grocer.
The trade paper News & Tech reported on its web site this afternoon that a buy-out offer had been made at Tribune Publishing's San Diego Union Tribune.
The Richebourg Affair is available in trade paper priced at USD13.95 and as an eBook for USD6.99.
29 May 2013 - US-based Internet company IAC/InterActiveCorp (NASDAQ:IACI) is approaching potential purchasers for its Newsweek magazine, trade paper Variety quoted informed sources as saying.
29 May 2013 a[euro]" US-based Internet company IAC/InterActiveCorp (NASDAQ:IACI) is approaching potential purchasers for its Newsweek magazine, trade paper Variety quoted informed sources as saying.
"It's price fixing and they are not allowed to do it," lawyer Peter Coulson told the trade paper M and C Report.
But speaking to trade paper The Publican's Morning Advertiser the administrators said the situation may not be as bad as the initial list of creditors suggests.