Definition of Arbitragers

1. Noun. (plural of arbitrager) ¹



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Definition of Arbitragers

1. arbitrager [n] - See also: arbitrager

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Literary usage of Arbitragers

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1. The Stock Market by Solomon Stephen Huebner (1922)
"arbitragers.—The business of arbitragers, as explained in the chapter on arbitraging, is to buy in one market and sell at a higher price in another with a ..."

2. Money and Currency in Relation to Industry, Prices and the Rate of Interest by Joseph French Johnson (1905)
"These arbitragers make impossible any great differences in price in the stock markets of the world. Their transactions are enormous. ..."

3. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1908)
"arbitragers try to obtain certificates already split for shipment. 25. Expenses In London.—Fresh certificates for "Yankees" when entering Great Britain ..."

4. Foreign Exchange by Albert Conser Whitaker (1919)
"Very likely a considerable fresh supply will come from the arbitragers. But the question remains, between the necessitous demand and the forced supplies ..."

5. The Value of Organized Speculation by Harrison Hardy Brace (1913)
"Those who thus keep the different markets in line are called arbitragers. Their function can best be illustrated by a practical example. ..."

6. International Trade and Exchange: A Study of the Mechanism and Advantages of by Harry Gunnison Brown (1914)
"This activity by arbitragers, of course, tends to limit the variations in price at different places, of exchange on any one point. ..."

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