What is proprietary trading?
Proprietary trading Proprietary trading is a term used in investment banking to describe when a bank trades stocks, bonds, options, commodities, or other items with its own money as opposed to its customers' money, so as to make a profit for itself. Although investment banks are usually defined as businesses which assist other business in raising money in the capital markets (by selling stocks or bonds), in fact most of the largest investment banks make the majority of their profit from trading activities.
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A colony ran by one or more private land owners that retain the rights that are normally the privilege of the state, and in all cases, eventually become so.
A colony run by individuals or groups to whom land was granted
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Proprietary Governments are goverenments in which the colonist finds land and then the king grants permission for the colonist to own or use the land.
1. belonging to a proprietor. 2. being a proprietor; holding property: the proprietary class. 3. pertaining to property or ownership: proprietary wealth. 4. belonging or contr…olled as property. 5. manufactured and sold only by the owner of the patent, formula, brand name, or trademark associated with the product: proprietary medicine. 6. privately owned and operated for profit: proprietary hospitals. -noun 7. an owner or proprietor. 8. a body of proprietors. 9. American History. the grantee or owner, or one of the grantees or owners, of a proprietary colony. 10. ownership. 11. something owned, esp. real estate. 12. a proprietary medicine. 13. Also called proprietary school. a school organized as a profit-making venture primarily to teach vocational skills or self-improvement techniques.
The proprietary theory is a theory that is used in accounting. Itinvolves having no separation between the owners when it comes tomatters of accounting.
belonging to a proprietor, under a pantent or copyright
In the real estate field proprietary management would be when aplace is under control of the owner of the property .Example "Ifyou own and run an apartment complex".
Proprietary faction is defined as relating to a title holder or anowner. It is when something is privately owned and run asorganization that makes a profit.
Proprietariness is 1) the desire to become a proprietor or 2) the aptness to be declared a proprietary good.
Proprietary sauces are sauces bottled and sold under a proprietary label following food laws.
Proprietary Brands is defined as a given brand name that isdeveloped and marketed as an exclusive brand to a retailer that canbe targeted to a specific consumer segment. For e…xample, in Toys,it can be a given brand name for Outdoor Toys that is developed tobe exclusive to boys age 10-13 years old or in the clothing market,it can be a Woman's Wear line brand name that is developed andmarketed to the working 31-40 year old female.
It is music that somebody owns the rights to. Not a whole song, but a certain tone or gingle for a specific company or product could be seen as proprietary.
In general it isn't, but some tags were invented by particular companies to work only on their browsers. Netscape and Microsoft invented a lot of tags that only work on their …respective browsers. As a rule of designing web pages, you should test your code on all the main browsers and avoid using the proprietary tags.
Proprietary yeast is yeast that has been manufactured specifically for a brewery, or has been originated by the brewery itself. A significant amount of flavor is produced dir…ectly from the yeast's fermentation activities, and having a strain of yeast unique to a brewery gives it the advantage of distinguishing its beers from competitors using similar formulas and yeast strains easily available to anyone. An example of a proprietary yeast is by the Rogue Ales Brewery in Newport, Oregon. They brew a German Maibock style ale named Rogue Dead Guy Ale using their proprietary Pacman yeast.
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Proprietary trading is also known as PPT or "Prop trading" and occurs when a company trades on stocks, bonds and/or currencies. It is closely linked with banking.