Each way

On both purchase and disposal, as of a broker's commission.

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Regular way settlement
In the money and bond markets, the regular basis on which some security trades are settled is that the delivery of the securities purchased is made against payment in Fed funds on the day following the transaction.

One-way market
(a) A market in which only one side, the bid or asked, is quoted or firm. (b) A market that is moving strongly in one direction.

Selling Away
When a broker solicits you to purchase securities not held or offered by the brokerage firm. As a general rule, such activities are a violation of securities regulations. Typically, when a broker is "selling away," the investments are in the form of private placements or other non-public investments.

Away from us
Used in context of general equities, to characterize role of a competing broker or dealer. Trading away from us signifies that stock is bought and/or sold with institutions using other trading firms.

Away from the market
In context of general equities, out of line with the inside market at this time, such as when a bid on a limit order is lower or the offer price is higher than the current market price for the security; held by the specialist for later execution unless fill-or-kill.

Waybill
A document (that looks like a bill of lading) issued by a carrier that describes the goods to be transported and that details the shipping particulars. Waybills are issued by both air carriers (air waybills) and ship lines (sea waybills). They merely indicate that the stated goods were received by the carrier for transport, they do not convey title.

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Capital market efficiency

Reflects the relative amount of wealth wasted in making transactions. An efficient capital market allows the transfer of assets with little wealth loss.


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