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  • Blair had an additional hidden agenda as "a marketmaker in virtually every equity position purchased," which meant it stood to earn a bid/ask spread on each transaction, DesParte claims.

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  • Mr Blankfein rose to the top arguing that wearing lots of hats-underwriter, adviser, marketmaker, investor-could be a competitive advantage if the firm managed its potential conflicts carefully.

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

  • When a bank acts as a marketmaker, it needs to keep an inventory of bonds and stocks so that it can deal with clients' demands to buy and sell.

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  • When a bank acts as a marketmaker, it needs to keep an inventory of bonds and stocks so that it can deal with clients' demands to buy and sell.

    The Economist: Daily news and views

  • Malcolm Calvert, a Cazenove marketmaker until he retired in 2000, is being prosecuted for

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  • Malcolm Calvert, a Cazenove marketmaker until he retired in 2000, is being prosecuted for

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  • For more information about Market Maker, visit national. marketmaker.uiuc.edu

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  • Mr Milken's skill as a marketmaker was rooted in his knowledge of the bonds issued (which allowed him to price them accurately) and his extraordinary recollection of his clients' holdings (which helped him find new buyers for junk that others wanted to unload).

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

  • "Demand hasn't come back yet, but the market is expecting it to turn around in the second half and grow next year," said Clarence Chu, a trader with marketmaker Hudson Capital Energy in Singapore.

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