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jobber in Stocks & shares topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjobberjob‧ber /ˈdʒɒbə $ ˈdʒɑːbər/ noun [countable]  especially British EnglishBFS someone whose job is buying and selling stocks and sharesstockbroker
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jobberBy 1985 nearly all the main broking firms and jobbers had linked up with financial institutions, both domestic and foreign.Commercial and investment banks, both domestic and foreign, rapidly absorbed most of London's traditional stockbrokers and jobbers.The Bank also intended to continue the tax arrangements available to gilt-edged jobbers under the old system: 1.But if the independent jobber happened to be on the County Planning Commission, the bill was promptly paid in full.No jobber wants that kind of publicity.He was here on sufferance as coach driver and odd jobber.It was also thought that jobbers would stabilise prices through their short-term speculative activities.The market makers who replaced the jobbers rarely meet face to face, so one rumour is as good as another.