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  • n. alternative spelling of clearing house


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  • Oslo Bors's move comes four months after Nasdaq OMX bought a 22% stake in Dutch clearinghouse European Multilateral Clearing Facility and agreed to use the system to clear trades in its Nordic equity markets.

    Oslo Bors Plans Clearinghouse

  • Ask him why this clearinghouse is going to be all-inclusive on marriage research -- unless it's about gay marriage.


  • While banks would prefer to throw their weight behind Clearing Corp. 's clearinghouse, that isn't expected to be up and running till end 2008.

    New York Fed Calls Meeting for CDS Market

  • "Directo a Mexico," the name of the program, enables US commercial banks to make money transfers for Mexican workers through the Federal Reserve's own automated clearinghouse, which is linked to Banco de Mexico, the Mexican central bank.

  • Abraham, who said his work on the clearinghouse is his own time, acknowledged that the assertiveness by scientists runs a risk of drawing the issue even further into politics. rss feed

  • The renewed focus on Rx4NJ - described as a clearinghouse of information on prescription assistance programs aimed at helping eligible residents find free or discounted medicines - is designed to help those who have been affected by the national recession and may be unaware of the program's potential benefits.


  • Former regulator Corrigan is one expert respecting this risk: He says that if a clearinghouse is to be a financial Gibraltar, it needs sufficient resources to withstand a simultaneous default by two of its biggest members! News

  • These are securities for which there was a well-capitalized central counterparty called a clearinghouse, which was standing in the middle of all the trades. -

  • Of course he's not in Iraq that often, Bremer is, and on a Web site today which is known as a clearinghouse for militant Islamic messages, an audio recording posted by a man claiming to be Abu Mussa al-Zarqawi, a close associate of Osama bin Laden, somebody that the Pentagon has identified as somebody they believe is behind some of these attacks saying that, according to the translation CNN has conducted that they are after John Abizaid.

    CNN Transcript Apr 6, 2004

  • $1,467,325,000: the so-called clearinghouse bearing the whole burden of expenses for army and navy, the separate states nothing except the per capita tax, called the matriculation tax, of some 80 pfennigs.

    Germany and the Germans From an American Point of View


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