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  • noun Plural form of transaction.

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  • noun a written account of what transpired at a meeting

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Examples

  • President Obama, addressing Wall Street today about his plan for financial reform, reiterated his call for four pillars of financial reform:• Limiting the size of banks, and limiting their risky transactions• Providing more transparency of financial transactions, particularly those related to opaque financial derivatives, which played a major role in creating market havoc in 2008• A dedicated consumer protection agency• Increased power of shareholders and pension funds that own company shares to determine the compensation of the executives in those companies.

    Obama calls for "dedicated" consumer protection agency

  • President Obama, addressing Wall Street today about his plan for financial reform, reiterated his call for four pillars of financial reform: • Limiting the size of banks, and limiting their risky transactions• Providing more transparency of financial transactions, particularly those related to opaque financial derivatives, which played a major role in creating market havoc in 2008• A dedicated consumer protection agency• Increased power of shareholders and pension funds that own company shares to determine the compensation of the executives in those companies.

    Obama calls for "dedicated" consumer protection agency

  • The freedom to engage in transactions is part of that “liberty” thingee.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » The Corporate State: A Love Story

  • In fact, the whole purpose of these short-term transactions was to suggest capital reserves were higher by $50 billion than they actually were just before reporting periods.

    Jeff Connaughton: Where Are the Cops on Wall Street?

  • In fact, the whole purpose of these short-term transactions was to suggest capital reserves were higher by $50 billion than they actually were just before reporting periods.

    Jeff Connaughton: Where Are the Cops on Wall Street?

  • He has extended the theories of why certain transactions can be accomplished more efficiently within firms than they would by competition between firms or individuals.

    The Prize in Economics 2009 - Speed Read

  • Instead of the once solid 3% cash back on certain transactions, 1% is the new norm.

    Get The Best Cash Back Credit Card - The Consumerist

  • In fact, the whole purpose of these short-term transactions was to suggest capital reserves were higher by $50 billion than they actually were just before reporting periods.

    Jeff Connaughton: Where Are the Cops on Wall Street?

  • Houghton welcomes renewed efforts by industrialized nations to encourage openness in transactions between international companies and African governments.

    UN Summit Ends with Continuing Debate Over Millennium Development Goals

  • More public scrutiny of their transactions is required, not less .

    FSA locks horns with editors over rules to stop insider trading

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