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Dealer bank

Definition 1 A bank department which is registered as a municipal securities Dealer. Definition 2 A Commercial bank which buys and sells government and Agency securities.

Related Terms: 12 Agency, Buy, Commercial bank, Dealer, Deal, ECU, FIN, Muni, Merc, Register, SEC, Sell
Other Related Pages: Category: Brokerages Starting With: D
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