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  • n. Plural form of broker.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of broker.


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  • But sweetening the pot to win over top-dog brokers is a tough habit to break.

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  • The top executive of Nasdaq OMX Group Inc. said Friday that a persistent slump in trading activity, which has weighed on the business of exchanges and brokers, is nearing a trough.

    Nasdaq Profit Jumps 68%, Revenue Up

  • But his relationship to the president and the other key power brokers is important and will be a factor in decision making on foreign policy.

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  • Over the top rhetoric makes sense for the illiterati that the GOP courts to win their votes, but feeling the need to use it for the party power brokers is a disturbing new concept.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: March 4, 2010

  • The Apthorp's shift in brokers marks the most recent flash point in a fierce rivalry between New York City's two largest residential real-estate firms.

    Apthorp Sings: Goodbye, Dolly

  • Getting the consumer to realize that a free market system, with market solutions like catastrophic insurance and medical brokers, is the only way forward is the only way to break out of this mess.

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  • Dex is strongly in favour of short-term brokers - who run their business better than others and who do more than is required of them - sharing in the underwriting profit of insurers.

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  • Someone once said that some financial people are called brokers because they are usually broker than you are.


  • Growing nervous as a possible government default draws ever closer, more and more ordinary investors are calling their brokers and moving their money out of stocks and mutual funds for fear of a plunge in the market next week. Front Page

  • But the retail scene in Nolita - the name brokers coined in the late 1990s to add to the cachet of the once-gritty area north of Little Italy - appears to be one of the hardest-hit in Manhattan.

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