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  • 1 churnover

    n. (בשוק המניות) החבצה, רכישה או מכירה מופרזות של מניות המתבצעות על ידי הברוקר בשמו של לקוח על מנת ליצור הכנסה מהעמלות כתוצאה מרכישה או מכירה שכאלה
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    הלאכש הריכמ וא השיכרמ האצותכ תולמעהמ הסנכה רוציל תנמ לע חוקל לש ומשב רקורבה ידי לע תועצבתמה תוינמ לש תוזרפומ הריכמ וא השיכר,הצבחה (תוינמה קושב)

    English-Hebrew dictionary > churnover

  • 2 churnover

    n. effectenbeurs, overmatige handel of verkoop van aandelen uitgevoerd door de effectenmakelaar ten voordele van de klant om inkomen te maken van provisie

    English-Dutch dictionary > churnover

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