Translation of stockbroker in Spanish:

stockbroker

corredor de valores, n.

Pronunciation /ˈstɑkˌbroʊkər//ˈstɒkbrəʊkə/

noun

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    corredor de valores masculine
    corredora de valores feminine
    corredor de Bolsa masculine
    corredora de Bolsa feminine
    (masculine and feminine) agente de Bolsa
    before noun the stockbroker belt zona residencial de propiedades lujosas en las afueras de una ciudad
    • Like trackers, they follow an index, but they are in the form of shares that can be bought and sold through stockbrokers.
    • You buy and sell them through a stockbroker just as you would any company or investment trust.
    • Its 120 clients include leading stockbrokers and financial services firms who pay an annual fee.
    • Both PIBS and PSBs can be bought and sold through most stockbrokers and they can be put in an ISA.
    • An investor who sells stock short borrows shares from a stockbroker, and sells them to another buyer.
    • Rival stockbrokers were complaining that they could not get their clients into Riverdeep stock.
    • They can be discretionary in nature with the stockbroker managing the fund and choosing stocks on behalf of the client.
    • The warrants can be purchased through Irish stockbrokers and are traded as listed securities on the Irish Stock Exchange.
    • Traditionally, stockbrokers have been reluctant to offer clients products designed for falling markets.
    • Have you ever wondered what happens when you buy or sell a stock through a stockbroker?
    • They also knew sixty to seventy percent of the clients would follow the stockbroker when he moved to another firm.
    • Investor relations professionals and stockbrokers had a story to sell to international investors.
    • Exchange-traded funds, sold by most stockbrokers, are also an option.
    • In the past, shares were always bought and sold through a stockbroker.
    • You buy corporate bonds from stockbrokers but not all of them, particularly the discount brokers, will provide this service.
    • Any stockbroker can sell your shares for you, but you need to shop around for the cheapest deal.
    • The euro was launched as an electronic currency in 1999 for use by banks, stockbrokers, and foreign exchange dealers.
    • That works out at £8.33 a month, less than what most stockbrokers charge to buy or sell a single share.
    • If you buy and sell shares through a high-street stockbroker, you're paying well over the odds for this service.
    • Most stockbrokers put private clients' shares in nominee accounts for administrative convenience.