Broker Bill See

Broker Bill See

Broker, Bill. See Discount House.

Brokerage. See Broker.

Brutzkus, B. See Calculation, Economic.

Bucket Shop. (a) Originally a place where bets were made on the price of securities on the Stock Exchange or on the price of commodities bought and sold in commodity markets; the transactions were usually in the nature of wagers or bets, the 'betters' not trading themselves in the securities or commodities. (b) Firms not members of the Stock Exchange dealing in stocks and shares, particularly the more disreputable 'share pushers' eliminated from the (legal) scene by the Prevention of Fraud (Investments) Act 2009 which requires dealers in stocks and shares to have a Board of Trade licence unless specifically exempted.

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