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What is Churning

This is where a stockbroker overtrades unjustly a stock in a portfolio with the sole purpose of generating commission rather than in the interest of the client.

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Inter partes Churning Primary legislation
Vendor Philanthropy N316 Civil Court form
EDCS Credit Risk Mitigation Principal Place of Business
Direct tax Balloon Payment Human capital
Business Expenses In camera Prime Minister
Arbitration In extenso N268 Civil Court form
Scalability Excise Duty Malum in se
Intrusion Detection Corporate Culture N235 Civil Court form
Hurdle Rate Furlough Web design agreement
Endogenous Convergence Accounting method Idem
Par delictum Yen Magic bullet
Adjudicator Purchasing economies Re
Ipso facto Sub silentio Ei incumbit probatio qui

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