Definition of Stockjobber. Meaning of Stockjobber. Synonyms of Stockjobber

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Definition of Stockjobber

Stockjobber
Stockjobber Stock"job`ber, n. [Stock + job.] One who speculates in stocks for gain; one whose occupation is to buy and sell stocks. In England a jobber acts as an intermediary between brokers.

Meaning of Stockjobber from wikipedia

- Stockjobbers were institutions that acted as market makers in the London Stock Exchange. The business of stockjobbing emerged in the 1690s during England's...
- abolition of fixed commission charges and of the distinction between stockjobbers and stockbrokers on the London Stock Exchange and change from open-outcry...
- of wholesale business Jobber (fuel), a middleman in the fuel industry Stockjobber, a dealer in financial securities A retailer, particularly within the...
- abolition of fixed commission charges and of the distinction between stockjobbers and stockbrokers on the London Stock Exchange, as well as the change...
- Jobbing may refer to: selling stocks and shares as a stockjobber jobbing press, a variety of printing press used in letterpress printing used for work...
- divided by occupation or attitude, such as Tories and Whigs, wits and stockjobbers, merchants and lawyers, booksellers and authors, men of fashion or the...
- abolition of fixed commission charges and of the distinction between stockjobbers and stockbrokers on the London Stock Exchange and change from open-outcry...
- Ralph Broome (1742–1805) was an English stockjobber, pamphleteer and satirical poet. Several of his works argued in defence of Warren Hastings during...
- divided by occupation or attitude, such as Tories and Whigs, wits and stockjobbers, merchants and lawyers, booksellers and authors, men of fashion or the...
- Charles Shadwell was also a playwright. A scene from his play, The Stockjobbers was included as an introduction in Caryl Churchill's Serious Money (1987)...