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commission broker meaning

  "commission broker" in a sentence
  • [Business]
    noun [C]

    (Stock Exchange )

    a person who buys and sells shares, bonds, etc. for other people and is paid a percentage of their value for this service

    SYN BROKER


  • [Economics]
    In the USA, a stock-exchange dealer who executes orders to buy or sell securities on payment of a fee or a commission based on the value of the deal.

  • [Finance]
    A broker on the floor of an exchange who acts as agent for a particular brokerage house and buys and sells stocks for the brokerage house on a commission basis.

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  1. The commission broke off talks a week ago after failing to agree on extending the truce, which is routinely violated.
  2. In a number of less spectacular cases in the United States, the Securities and Exchange Commission broke new ground in enforcement.
  3. Using a full-commission broker eats into returns, Spangler said, an expense the self-educated Smith no longer needs.
  4. On the way to Stavelot, the carriage of the commission broke down, and Delvaux claimed that a demon had destroyed it.
  5. The commission broke off talks a week ago after failing to agree on extending the cease-fire accord, which is routinely violated.

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