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flat commissionの例文

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  • Active traders will pay a flat commission of $ 49 on stock trades.
  • Until March 1995, the two dominant houses charged flat commissions of 10 percent on sales.
  • Fidelity earns a flat commission each time a client buys or sells a stock on line.
  • And in some cases, a flat commission amount is agreed upon, regardless of the selling price, Hall said.
  • Another TransTerra subsidiary is Ceres Securities, whose $ 18 flat commission appears to be the lowest among nonelectronic brokers.
  • Travelocity was, by contrast, still stuck in the traditional travel-agent role, where it would take a flat commission for most hotel rooms and airline tickets it sold.
  • These traders pay a flat commission of $ 25 on stock trades of up to 1, 000 shares, and receive a 25 percent discount off regular Spartan rates on options trades.
  • Using personal computers, its customers will be able to buy or sell any number of shares of any common or preferred stock at a flat commission of $ 12 per trade.
  • Then Christie's announced a change, to take effect that September, that replaced the flat commission with a sliding scale ranging from 2 percent to 10 percent, depending on the size of the sale.
  • Now you can buy or sell as many as 5, 000 shares of stock for a flat commission as low as $ 5 to $ 10 per trade _ as little as 0.1 cent per share.
  • Active traders who use the Spartan brokerage service at Fidelity Investments can now pay a flat commission rate of $ 25 for stock transactions they conduct on the World Wide Web or through Fidelity On-Line Xpress.
  • In 1995, Christie's came first, changing fees it charges sellers from a flat commission of 10 percent to a more complex, nonnegotiable sliding scale ranging from 2 to 20 percent, depending on the size of the sale.
  • Now you can buy or sell as many as 5, 000 shares of stock for a flat commission as low as $ 5 to $ 10 per trade _ as little as 0 . 1 cent per share.
  • Then in 1995, Christie's announced it was changing the fee it charged sellers from a flat commission of 10 percent to a more complex, non-negotiable sliding scale ranging from 2 percent to 10 percent depending on the size of the sale.
  • And the insurer will increasingly compensate sales agents on performance, and not according to what Hancock president and chief executive-elect David D'Alessandro has called " the Midas muffler man system, " or flat commissions, until recently the norm for the industry.
  • The preferred customer lists were compiled in 1995 when Christie's announced it was changing the fee it charged sellers from a flat commission of 10 percent to a more complex, nonnegotiable sliding scale ranging from 2 percent to 20 percent depending on the size of the sale.