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1. Estimated Parameters

2. exceptional depreciation

3. economic benefit

4. Environmental Impact Assessment

5. equity rate of return

6. Electronic check conversion

7. emery paper

8. Euro CDs

9. external obsolescence

10. ETF

11. Electronic Trading Facility

12. Ethics Committee

13. EEO-1 report

14. Elasticity (economics)

15. eligible automatic contribution arrangement (EACA)

16. exempt security

17. excess margin deposit

18. etched nails

19. ending market value (EMV)

20. Epidemiology

21. Electric Power

22. equilibrium quantity

23. expiry

24. Euro Overnight Index Average

25. Exemption

26. Each

27. Eurocurrency market

28. efficiency unit

29. ETC

30. EBITDA To Fixed Charges

31. Electronic Product Code

32. excess loans

33. employees as insureds endorsement

34. Emirates Interbank Offered Rate (EIBOR)

35. empty creditor

36. electrical conductor

37. Euroyen bond

38. Eighth[-ed]

39. EDIFLOW

40. egg and dart molding

41. Elasticity Of Demand

42. European Covered Bond Council (ECBC)

43. Excessive Bail

44. Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP)

45. electrical resistance

46. external diseconomy

47. European Payments Council (EPC)

48. Emphyteutic Lease

49. employment tribunal

50. extendible note

51. extended coverage

52. Electronic Quotation Service

53. Equal Protection

54. Employment, Health, Total

55. European style

56. ergonomics

57. Employment Practices Liability Coverage

58. error rate

59. Extended Fund Facility (EFF)

60. Emerging Company Marketplace (ECM)

61. E-Procurement

62. Equi-representativity

63. Effective convexity

64. Early Leaver

65. Ease Off

66. Employee Stock Ownership Plan

67. erode

68. EKS-S Method

69. ESMA

70. Effective Rate With All Borrower Rewards

71. economic cost of ruin (ECOR)

72. estate at will

73. Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization

74. Employment Protection

75. Explosion-proof Lift Trucks

76. Expiration date

77. exercise notice

78. Ecosystem Inputs

79. Export Commodity Control List

80. estimated current return

81. eTAS

82. export subsidy

83. Exonerate

84. Expense Ratio

85. electromechanical

86. Electronic Money

87. Environmental Conditioning

88. experience account

89. equity option

90. exposed

91. errors and omissions excepted

92. European Central Bank

93. External Positions

94. escrow closing

95. enterprise value To EBITDA (EV/EBITDA)

96. Expenditure Outside Educational Institutions

97. extended discovery provision

98. EBITD

99. Export Credit Guarantee

100. excess depreciation

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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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