Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun An arbitrageur.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Someone who engages in arbitrage (who purchases securities in one market for immediate resale in another in the hope of profiting from the price differential); shortened form of arbitrageur.

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  • noun finance, trading One who engages in arbitrage, an arbitrageur.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun someone who engages in arbitrage (who purchases securities in one market for immediate resale in another in the hope of profiting from the price differential)

Etymologies

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Examples

  • For so-called arb traders, 3Com is the latest installment in what could be called the LBO Horror Show.

    Soothing Words for Arbs in 3Com

  • What a total random stroke of luck. is exactly the kind of tripe that is dragged out in a salary arb, which is why the Giants should shun it.

    McCovey Chronicles

  • At the Board of Trade, orders were still carried to the pits on pieces of paper by runners and clerks, and then shouted out by traders or 'flashed' to others in the pit using the hand signal language known as 'arb'-an abbreviation for arbitrage, the exploitation of discrepancies in prices.

    The Chicago Blog

  • At the Board of Trade, orders were still carried to the pits on pieces of paper by runners and clerks, and then shouted out by traders or 'flashed' to others in the pit using the hand signal language known as 'arb'-an abbreviation for arbitrage, the exploitation of discrepancies in prices.

    The Chicago Blog

  • At the Board of Trade, orders were still carried to the pits on pieces of paper by runners and clerks, and then shouted out by traders or 'flashed' to others in the pit using the hand signal language known as 'arb'-an abbreviation for arbitrage, the exploitation of discrepancies in prices.

    The Chicago Blog

  • At the Board of Trade, orders were still carried to the pits on pieces of paper by runners and clerks, and then shouted out by traders or 'flashed' to others in the pit using the hand signal language known as 'arb'-an abbreviation for arbitrage, the exploitation of discrepancies in prices.

    The Chicago Blog

  • At the Board of Trade, orders were still carried to the pits on pieces of paper by runners and clerks, and then shouted out by traders or 'flashed' to others in the pit using the hand signal language known as 'arb'-an abbreviation for arbitrage, the exploitation of discrepancies in prices.

    The Chicago Blog

  • At the Board of Trade, orders were still carried to the pits on pieces of paper by runners and clerks, and then shouted out by traders or 'flashed' to others in the pit using the hand signal language known as 'arb'-an abbreviation for arbitrage, the exploitation of discrepancies in prices.

    The Chicago Blog

  • At the Board of Trade, orders were still carried to the pits on pieces of paper by runners and clerks, and then shouted out by traders or 'flashed' to others in the pit using the hand signal language known as 'arb'-an abbreviation for arbitrage, the exploitation of discrepancies in prices.

    The Chicago Blog

  • At the Board of Trade, orders were still carried to the pits on pieces of paper by runners and clerks, and then shouted out by traders or 'flashed' to others in the pit using the hand signal language known as 'arb'-an abbreviation for arbitrage, the exploitation of discrepancies in prices.

    The Chicago Blog

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