mercantile


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mercantile

adjective Commercial; referring to a purchase.
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In addition to the financing, MonkeySports utilizes Pacific Mercantile Bank's depository products and treasury management services.
Murphy's Mercantile is the newest addition to the Hinkle's Restaurant business.
IFC support will promote Mercantile Banks efforts to sustainably grow the SME business and contribute more effectively to boosting productive economic activity and job creation.
During the meeting in the Iranian capital today, Panahian and Haneda underlined the need for paving the way for cooperation between Iranian and Japanese mercantile exchange companies as well as familiarization of Iranian and Japanese companies and manufacturers with exchanges in the mercantile bourses of the two countries.
The enlarged company, which will use the Mercantile name, will have total assets of USD2.8bn (EUR2.1bn), deposits of USD2.3bn and loans of USD2bn based on figures as of 30 June 2013.
Limited (Mercantile Bank) by two notches to B3.za from B1.za, and
Commerce Bancshares Corp., the holding company for Commerce Bank, will pay $9.05 for each of the 2.9 million outstanding shares of Mercantile Bank's holding company, Mercantile Capital Corp.
Moiz Amjad, the participants learned how to trade on the Pakistan Mercantile Exchange platform.
Mercantile Construction began working on the core and shell portion of the project, which also included a 33,100 s/f underground parking garage, last September, with the demolition of three buildings on the site and remediation of soils.
I love the fact that at Mercantile I have the opportunity to get to know our customers and I can offer face-to-face advice.
Like Leinwand, Sullivan is dismissive of Appleby's impalpable, alienating market, and proposes a new model in which mercantile activity is an occasion not for anxiety, but for cheerful opportunity: "the possibility of loss, the necessity to play oneself, the ceaseless bargaining are present but seen as openings for profit" (22).
Glen Johnson, 26, spotted the advert for a senior customer service advisor and was snapped up by Mercantile's Whitley Bay branch.