clearinghouses love

Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of clearinghouse.

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Examples

  • The practice evolved into a system of check "clearinghouses" - networks of banks that exchange checks with each other-that still is in use.

    infoplease - Daily Almanac

  • Futures traders, in contrast, outsource the credit risk of all their derivatives to central counterparties called clearinghouses, which require cash collateral or "margin" payments.

    In Defense of Over-the-Counter Derivatives

  • Futures traders, in contrast, outsource the credit risk of all their derivatives to central counterparties called clearinghouses, which require cash collateral or 'margin' payments.

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  • And did not give regulators sufficient authority to mandate that these third parties, known as clearinghouses -- facilities that execute trades for parties who are required to post collateral and mark their positions daily to prevailing market prices -- accept swaps which could otherwise be rejected in order to allow the parties to the contract evade the clearing requirement altogether.

    Maria Cantwell Flips Vote On Financial Reform Bill, Senate Nears Margin Needed For Cloture

  • And did not give regulators sufficient authority to mandate that these third parties, known as clearinghouses -- facilities that execute trades for parties who are required to post collateral and mark their positions daily to prevailing market prices -- accept swaps which could otherwise be rejected in order to allow the parties to the contract evade the clearing requirement altogether.

    Maria Cantwell Flips Vote On Financial Reform Bill, Senate Nears Margin Needed For Cloture

  • And did not give regulators sufficient authority to mandate that these third parties, known as clearinghouses -- facilities that execute trades for parties who are required to post collateral and mark their positions daily to prevailing market prices -- accept swaps which could otherwise be rejected in order to allow the parties to the contract evade the clearing requirement altogether.

    Maria Cantwell Flips Vote On Financial Reform Bill, Senate Nears Margin Needed For Cloture

  • Goldman, J.P. Morgan and Morgan Stanley have at least one common objective: To thwart or dilute proposals that would push trading in most derivatives onto exchanges or to "clearinghouses," which are middleman institutions set up to handle big transactions between banks.

    Banks Falter in Rules Fight

  • Goldman, J.P. Morgan and Morgan Stanley have at least one common objective: To thwart or dilute proposals that would push trading in most derivatives onto exchanges or to "clearinghouses," which are middleman institutions set up to handle big transactions between banks.

    Banks Falter in Rules Fight

  • Goldman, J.P. Morgan and Morgan Stanley have at least one common objective: To thwart or dilute proposals that would push trading in most derivatives onto exchanges or to "clearinghouses," which are middleman institutions set up to handle big transactions between banks.

    Banks Falter in Rules Fight

  • ANDREW CRUM, GREENDIMES CLIENT: First, you've got to find out all the different kind of clearinghouses that are harbingers of these junk mail lists.

    CNN Transcript Sep 8, 2007

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