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discount broker

n.
A stockbroker or brokerage that charges low fees.

discount brokerage n.
Translations

discount broker

nWechselmakler(in) m(f)
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The company also provides Internet-based, online discount brokerage services to its clients through its wholly owned subsidiary, Woodstock Discount Brokerage (www.
a Los Angeles-based discount brokerage service, announced Wednesday it is purchasing the customer accounts of Wall Street Equities, a New York-based discount brokerage firm.
Canada's leading publisher of investment advice, and National Bank Discount Brokerage, a wholly owned subsidiary of National Bank of Canada, have agreed to a plan that they say will "give investors a dynamic new tool in the never-ending search for profits.
With a discount brokerage, you maintain active investments but you'll get no consultation, and commissions are discounted.
has completed the formal acquisition of the discount brokerage business of CT Securities Inc.
discount brokerage Tuesday and hauled away documents as part of a white-collar crime probe, authorities said.
com's October 9th launch combined with Bank of America's sudden announcement of free trading sent shock waves through the online discount brokerage industry, causing TD AMERITRADE, E*Trade and Charles Schwab shares to slide four to five percent.
a provider of discount brokerage services to the financial industry and a subsidiary of Ameritrade Holding Corporation (Nasdaq: AMTD), today announced a new alliance with Home Financial Network (HFN), an Internet financial services company, specializing in the development of successful e-finance Web sites.
in San Francisco, the nation's largest discount brokerage chain, has full-fledged centers catering to immigrants and foreign nationals.
Traditional and discount brokerage firms, however, appear to be only in the early stages of serving this market.
22 /PRNewswire/ -- Harris Bank/Bank of Montreal is expanding its discount brokerage business by acquiring Chicago-based discount brokerage firm Burke, Christensen & Lewis Securities, Inc.
LBS provides services to a retail clientele through a network of branches across Quebec, a full range of investment vehicles available in Canada, a full-service brokerage and a discount brokerage service through its division Laurentian Bank Discount Brokerage.