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Financial terms in "E-commerce"

1. Reserve account

2. electronic wallet

3. Virtual bank

4. Cyberspace

5. Digital Wallet

6. ACH

7. EDC


9. Wire transfer

10. phishing

11. Authentication

12. digital money

13. online banking

14. E-Commerce

15. holdback

16. B2B

17. Merchant Bank

18. E-Procurement

19. Acquirer

20. business-to-business

21. delayed settlement processing

22. business-to-consumer

23. discount rate

24. Infomediary

25. Electronic funds transfer

26. micropayment

27. electronic cheque

28. B2C

29. Issuing bank

30. OBI

31. Clickstream

32. Settlement

33. Exchange

34. envelope

35. GW

36. disintermediation

37. EFT

38. Transaction

39. merchant number

40. EDI

41. electronic commerce

42. FAQ

43. Issuer

44. E-Tailer

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Brokerage Firm

Categories: Brokerages,

brokerage firms, also known as broker-dealers, are licensed by the securities and exchange commission (SEC) to buy and sell securities for clients and for their own accounts. When a brokerage firm sells securities it owns, it is said to be acting as a principal in that transaction.Firms frequently maintain research departments for their own and their clients' benefit. They may also provide a range of financial products and services, including financial planning, asset management, and educational programs.brokerage firms come in all sizes, from one- or two-person offices to huge firms with offices around the world. They are sometimes differentialed as full-service or discount firms, based on pricing structure and client relationships.Some brokerage firms exist entirely online, and nearly all firms offer you the option of placing orders electronically rather than over the telephone. In most cases, trading electronically is substantially less expensive than giving buy and sell orders by phone.

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