brokerage firm


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Derivative trading consists of two main entities - a brokerage firm and a central counterparty that acts as a clearing house.
(MSCO), a New York-based stock discount brokerage firm, has announced it has acquired a 15% ownership of California, US-based brokerage firm StockCross Financial Services, Inc., the company said.
As many as 17 brokerage houses are operating in Oman's crowded securities brokerage market where many smaller brokerage firms are struggling for volumes.
MiraeAsset-Daewoo said total assets it has invested in foreign equities has exceeded 5 trillion won, the largest volume among Korean brokerage firms. It plans to create an independent unit to handle investors in foreign stocks.
"Being the first qualified General Clearing Member in the UAE, Emirates NBD offers an unparalleled financial proposition to trading members and brokerage firms in the country, providing them with the services needed to enhance their operational and cost efficiencies.
Ruslan Babaev, Co-CEO, Renaissance Capital, added: "We are pleased to be recognised as the leading Frontier Markets brokerage firm for the second consecutive year by the highly respectable Extel Survey.
Brokers working for a large, publicly traded brokerage firm are under pressure to produce revenue, which helps to boost the price of their company's stock.
Prior to that, Thomas was cofounder and president of Thomas and Ingram Real Estate Ltd., a private boutique real estate brokerage firm catering to the high end sales market.
A brokerage firm that acts as a partner to agents has the unique ability to make a good assessment of the various companies' underwriting actions, and to appraise a case in advance to determine what additional information, if any, will be required by the insurance company to assess the case.
(CLC), an insurance brokerage firm based in San Juan.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-February 2, 2012-Neonet announces agreement with brokerage firm JRS Securities(C)1994-2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
"The financing packages, which were in the past processed by a brokerage firm, called Algosaibi Trading Services Limited, are now being processed by another brokerage firm.
The large Chicago based insurance brokerage firm is expanding through acquisition.17 years in business with 16 employees,the company is in the top 10 of production for 6 major insurance carriers.Areas of interest are life and health insurance agenciesfrom a single person company to a multi line brokerage firm.Call Stuart Adler of Bar Group (847)881-2260 for additional information.
You can also open an IRA with any regular or online brokerage firm. An online brokerage firm can also open a regular trading account for you.
To test whether trading incentives cause analysts to bias their earnings forecasts, I examine whether forecast errors, defined as the difference between an analyst's earnings forecast and actual earnings as reported by I/B/E/S, generate trading in the forecast stock for the analyst's brokerage firm. I find that forecast errors do not increase brokerage-firm market share, so adding error to their forecasts is not an effective way for analysts to generate trade.