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broker

Drug slang
A regional term for a go-between in a drug deal.
 
Health insurance
A person licensed by the state who places business with several insurers; the broker, while paid a commission by the insurer, represents the buyer rather than the insurer.
 
Vox populi
Any person who acts as a go-between between an offerer or buyer and seller of goods or services.
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Early August this year, the Colombo stock market started to fluctuate due to poor communication that was believed to have taken between the stock brokers and the regulators in the country.
It will have a broking office run by stock broker Chris Draysey on New Hall Street, where he will continue with his trading and advisory business as well as being the company's dealing partner.
8221; Each review on the site has been individually researched and thoughtfully written to communicate both the pros and cons of any individual stock broker.
The judge said there is ''no room for reasonable doubt'' that Odajima committed the crime, citing his admission during police questioning to killing the stock broker and other investigation results.
Meanwhile, COL continued to be the number one stock broker in terms of transaction volume,
Stock exchange shall ensure that the stock broker shall provide the facility of algorithmic trading only upon the prior permission of the stock exchange.
Washington, Sept 5 (ANI): Country star Taylor Swift has revealed that as a little girl, she wanted to follow in her dad's footsteps and become a stock broker.
SAN FRANCISCO - Slumping stock broker Charles Schwab Corp.
In 1981 he obtained his license as a registered representative and from that date to 1988 and from 1990 to 1999, he worked as a stock broker for Pemberton Securities Ltd.
The risk-reward ratio for those who will not tender is simply not too favorable,' one stock broker said.
In 1981 he obtained his license as a registered representative, and from that date to 1988 and from 1990 to 1999, he worked as a stock broker for Pemberton Securities Ltd.
Take that IPO away from a portfolio and perhaps things wouldn't seem so rosy,'' said Rosemary Dinardo, a stock broker with L P L Financial Services in North Hollywood.