American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A war fought from 1914 to 1918, in which Great Britain, France, Russia, Belgium, Italy, Japan, the United States, and other allies defeated Germany, Austria-Hungary, Turkey, and Bulgaria.
“Thanks to new online-trading systems, it's becoming easier for individuals to get in on the forex action.”
“John Kicklighter , currency strategist at Forex Capital Markets, which operates an online-trading network FXCM.com, says the firm also saw clients buying yen as they closed out carry trades.”
“In a bid to attract a broader swath of active investors to its online-trading platform, Charles Schwab Corp. on Monday announced it would acquire online brokerage firm optionsXpress for $1 billion.”
“Google will remain an attractive ad platform for Chinese companies that use it to reach a global audience, like Alibaba. com Ltd., an online-trading platform that is one of China's most prominent Internet companies and that advertises on Google. com.”
“Tencent's consumer-to-consumer online-trading platform ranked second in China last quarter, with a 10% share of total transactions, behind the Taobao. com service owned by Alibaba Group, another fast-growing Chinese Internet company.”
“In a flashback to the late 1990s, online-trading firms catering to small investors are lining up to go public.”
“The notes soared to 94.25 cents on the dollar, up more than 17 cents, according to online-trading platform MarketAxess.”
“Nasdaq OMX Group Inc. soon will launch an online-trading platform, called Portal Alliance, to handle stakes in private placements.”
“Shuzo Maji's "Enjoy Stock Trading on the Internet" is a how-to online-trading manual that looks like a binder.”
“It added that it will terminate its online-trading platform because of underperformance.”
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