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bourse

 (bo͝ors)
n.
A stock exchange, especially one in a continental European city.

[French, purse, bourse, from Late Latin bursa, bag; see bursa.]

Bourse

(bʊəs)
n
(Stock Exchange) a stock exchange of continental Europe, esp the one in Paris
[C19: from French, literally: purse, from Medieval Latin bursa, ultimately from Greek: leather]

bourse

(bʊərs)

n.
a stock exchange, esp. the stock exchange of certain European cities.
[1835–45; < French: literally, purse; see bursa]
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Noun1.bourse - the stock exchange in ParisBourse - the stock exchange in Paris    
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bourse

[ˈbʊərs] nbourse f
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Had we been brought into the market a twelvemonth later, there is no question that we should have been caught up within a week, by the wife or daughter of some of the operatives at the Bourse.
There were friends who seemed to be always coming and going across the Channel, on errands about the Bourse, and Greek and Spanish and India and Mexican and par and premium and discount and three quarters and seven eighths.
Mr Lammle came on the scene last, for he was always late, and so were the frequenters always late; all hands being bound to be made late, by private information about the Bourse, and Greek and Spanish and India and Mexican and par and premium and discount and three quarters and seven eighths.
As for the Palace of the Bourse, which is Greek as to its colonnade, Roman in the round arches of its doors and windows, of the Renaissance by virtue of its flattened vault, it is indubitably a very correct and very pure monument; the proof is that it is crowned with an attic, such as was never seen in Athens, a beautiful, straight line, gracefully broken here and there by stovepipes.
There is a brisk lookout on the toilet; injunctions passed around to every one to put on their best face and be spry; and now all are arranged in a circle for a last review, before they are marched up to the Bourse.
Everybody meets everybody else at least once a day on the pavement opposite the Bourse.
The immorality of his private life, his intimacy with Barras and Bernadotte, displeased the First Consul even more than his manoeuvres at the Bourse, and he struck du Bousquier's name from the list of the government contractors.
At such periods not a dinner took place among bold schemers or financial and political lobbyists where the opinions of the Bourse and the Bank, the secrets of diplomacy, and the policy necessitated by the state of affairs in Europe were not canvassed and discussed.
In accordance to the procedures stated in the Bourse's Rules and Regulations and the Charter of the Disciplinary Board, the Disciplinary Board is authorized and powered to decide on any violations to Bahrain Bourse law, Internal Regulation and resolutions which regulate the Bourse as well as the Central Bank of Bahrain Law and Rules that relates to Bahrain Bourse.
Bahrain Bourse Chairman expressed his delight for the launch of Bahrain Islamic Index, which comes as part of the Bourse efforts towards developing and enhancing the Kingdom of Bahrain's position as a leading regional and international hub in the provision of Financial Islamic Services, which the Kingdom has achieved with the guidance of the wise leadership's policies, and the officials concerned with the planning and execution of the Kingdom's economic and financial policies.
They discussed latest developments at the bourse and its performance.
According to the agreement, Bahrain Bourse will provide Zain Bahrain with a variety of services that includes maintaining a record of the share register that holds the shares in electronic form, and updating the data of the registry as a result of dealing on the company's shares in accordance with the rules and regulations of the bourse and other related services.