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broker in Stocks & shares topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbrokerbro‧ker1 /ˈbrəʊkə $ ˈbroʊkər/ ●○○ noun [countable]  1 BFSsomeone who buys and sells things such as shares in companies or foreign money for other people stockbroker2 someone who arranges sales or business agreements for other people a real estate broker
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brokerCharities could become employers, brokers, trainers.Finally, brokers scour the market for the best deal.Orders from brokers were rushing in constantly, and the orders were the same: sell, sell, sell.Information brokers, for example, are rapidly becoming necessary in dealing with the voluminous amounts of information on the networks.But many brokers predict a long-term downward trend for maize due to the likelihood of a heavily oversupplied market.Although the market extended its trading hours, many brokers refused to take orders because of the volatility of share prices.The police, fire department, hotel, stock brokers, lawyers and gay leagues are among these indie leagues.The broker was said to have acted honestly and in good faith, and that was all that was required of him.