Persons who are professionally active on a stock exchange. – Persons who actively participate in stock market activities on a regular basis, have an overview of these activities and therefore generally possess a high degree of expertise. – In an institution, employees who direct customer orders – or transactions for the account of the bank (in the bank’s proprietary business: the institute in this case trades with the bank’s own money [as opposed to the money of its customers] in order to make a profit for itself) – to the stock exchange. – In editorial departments, a term for colleagues who report on the stock market as financial journalists in print media, on the radio, on television or on the Internet. – See investor, stock market cubicle, stock broker, stock market member, broker, commercials, day trading, difference trading, jobber, commission house, backdrop, broker, milkmaid bull market, nostro flag, sensal, lead broker, stock jobber, angle broker.
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