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  • noun Plural form of clearer.

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Examples

  • As to the (road) clearers, which is your second question,

    The Art of War

  • The ECB's recently published "location policy" would force all major clearers of purely euro-denominated transactions to be located in the euro zone.

    European Bank Lends Dollars Amid Debt Fears

  • Many of these relatively illiquid derivatives are hard to price, meaning it's harder for clearers to gauge the correct level of collateral to hold in order to close the trade.

    What If a Clearing House Failed?

  • A number of European exchanges, most notably Deutsche Börse AG, own clearinghouses that are the exclusive clearers of trades on the exchange.

    EU Probes Credit-Default-Swaps Market

  • Some clearers have provisions in place for raising an additional default fund from members if the current one is exhausted.

    What If a Clearing House Failed?

  • The key clearers for interest-rate swaps are CME Group Inc. and LCH Clearnet.

    Derivatives Entrepreneur to Launch Swaps Exchange

  • I never knew her, but after she died, the house clearers put all her stuff in a skip and ...

    Marina Lewycka - live webchat - 8th July, 2009

  • The ECB's location policy would force all major clearers of purely euro-denominated transactions to be located in the euro zone.

    U.K. Takes Legal Action Against ECB

  • But O Cook, O Thomas Cook & Son, path-finders and trail-clearers, living sign-posts to all the world, and bestowers of first aid to bewildered travellers -- unhesitatingly and instantly, with ease and celerity, could you send me to Darkest Africa or Innermost Thibet, but to the East End of London, barely a stone's throw distant from

    THE DESCENT

  • Government support for clearers might be politically difficult.

    What If a Clearing House Failed?

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