Meaning Jitney
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A situation where one member of a stock exchange acts on behalf of another member to execute orders.
Source: morningstar.com

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a bus, usually operating at a fixed price over fairly short distances in citiesTo return to downtown, just flag down the jitney from in front of your hotel or restaurant.
Source: macmillandictionary.com

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"bus which carries passengers for a fare," 1915, short for jitney bus (1906), American English, from gitney (n.), said in a 1903 newspaper article to be a St. Louis slang for any small coin, [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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Definition A deceitful method of trading where two parties will trade securities between each other. The price and amount are calculated beforehand, and it is done in order to falsely alter the volume [..]
Source: investorwords.com

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Privately-owned, small or medium-sized vehicle usually operated on a fixed route but not on a fixed schedule.
Source: people.hofstra.edu

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(n) a vehicle carrying many passengers; used for public transport
Source: beedictionary.com

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A transit mode comprised of passenger cars or vans operating on fixed routes (sometimes with minor deviations) as demand warrants without fixed schedules or fixed stops. Can be found in: B-10, MR-10, [..]
Source: transit.dot.gov

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A form of paratransit characterized by smaller vehicles operating on a fixed route but stopping anywhere for boarding/unboarding and not running on a fixed schedule. Compare with conventional or deman [..]
Source: its.uci.edu

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When a broker who has direct access to a stock exchange performs trades for a broker who does not have direct access to a stock exchange. A fraudulent activity where two brokers trade a penny stock ba [..]
Source: finance-glossary.com

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The execution and clearing of orders by one member of a stock exchange for the account of another member. For example, investment dealer A is a small firm whose volume of business is not sufficient to [..]
Source: investorsedge.cibc.com


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