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Brokerage

 

the performance of certain functions related to transactionsonstock, commodity, and currency exchanges. These functions are carried out by brokerage houses and offices and by individual dealers and brokers.

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Here's one example -- FreightWaves estimates that today there are 67 freight brokerages generating $100 million or more in gross revenue and accounting for 82 percent of the freight brokerage industry's total revenues.
The securities brokerages and stock exchanges market consists of sales of securities brokerage and stock exchange services by entities (organizations, sole traders and partnerships) that act as brokers in selling securities such as equities, bonds, commodities and derivatives.
The nation's two largest brokerages, NRT LLC, a subsidiary of massive real estate holding company Realogy and the brokerage that owns many of the nation's Coldwell Banker-branded offices, and HomeServices of America (HSA), the Berkshire Hathaway
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The brokerage said it remains upbeat about the local high-tech and financial sectors for 2018.
Applied is the world's largest provider of agency and brokerage management systems, automating the insurance lifecycle for more than 12,000 agencies and brokerages and 450 insurers worldwide.
If you're new to investing, you probably need a brokerage. Even if you already have one, you might want to seek a better one.
The request was made in the wake of recent insider trading scandals involving information leaked by major Japanese brokerages, including Nomura Securities Co.
Doha Bank said the launch of the bank's planned brokerage had been postponed.
Of the 64 brokerages listed by the Securities and Commodities Authority as "active," 56 posted losses in the second quarter, according to financial statements on the regulator's website.
The seven-office, 270-agent firm will now operate under the banner of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. With this announcement, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in the San Francisco Bay Area now has more than 60 offices and 3,500 sales associates who accounted for more than $11 billion in sales volume last year.
Essentially, the lines among banks, insurance carriers and brokerage firms were clearly drawn by the 1933 Glass-Steagall Act, which blocked the three industries from selling each other's products.