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brokerage

 [bro´ker-aj]
the process of acting as someone's representative, especially in negotiations.
culture brokerage in the nursing interventions classification, a nursing intervention defined as the deliberate use of culturally competent strategies to bridge or mediate between the patient's culture and the biomedical health care system.
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Chapter Five breaks down the business revenues of securities brokerages and illustrates the changes in revenue structure over time.
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The integration complements a series of enhancements to SonicPort that increase the resources available through a single interface, including automated access to BNY Brokerage's trading algorithms; direct order routing to BNY Brokerage's NYSE floor brokers; direct access to the BNY Brokerage block trading desk; and seamless integrations to all major buyside order management systems.
General Electric (NYSE:GE) remains one of the best large-cap stocks to own for the long-term by seven of the leading brokerages.
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