Mesto gde se redovno sastaje poslovni i trgovački svet radi zaključivanja poslova, naročito sa menicama i hartijama od vrednosti (efektna berza), zatim sa robom: žitom, ugljem i sl. (produktna berza); novčana pijaca, novčanik; berzijanci, ljudi koji se bave berzanskim poslovima, koji trguju na berzi; berza rada, ima za zadatak da utiče na tržište radne snage time što usredsređuje ponudu i tražnju i, na taj način, utiče na suzbijanje besposlice; burza.
A sale of numismatic or philatelic items on tables (as at a convention)
The balance of money received when the amount one tenders is greater than the amount due.
Coins of small denomination regarded collectively.
ETYM Old Eng. eschange, eschaunge, Old Fren. eschange, from eschangier, French échanger, to exchange; pref. ex- out + French changer. Related to Change, Excamb.
1. The act of exchanging one thing for another.
2. The act of giving something in return for something received.
3. Reciprocal transfer of equivalent sums of money especially the currencies of different countries; SYN. interchange.
4. A mutual expression of views (especially an unpleasant one).
5. A place for buying and selling; open only to members.
6. Chemical process in which one atom or ion or group changes places with another.
ETYM Old Eng. purs, pors, Old Fren. burse, borse, bourse, French bourse, Late Lat. bursa, from Greek byrsa hide, skin, leather. Related to Bourse, Bursch, Bursar, Buskin.
1. A small bag for carrying money.
2. A sum of money offered as a prize.
3. A sum of money spoken of as the contents of a money purse.
An exchange where security trading is conducted by professional stockbrokers; SYN. stock market, securities market.
Institution for the buying and selling of stock in publicly held corporations. An exchange trades in stocks that are already issued. Trading is done only by members who have purchased or inherited a “seat” on the exchange. They can act as brokers for nonmembers, on a commission basis, or as floor brokers, acting for other members. Registered traders have no contact with the public but trade only their private accounts. The world’s largest exchanges are in New York, London, and Tokyo, and stock prices are watched carefully as indicators of confidence in the economy. SYN. stock-exchange