And since the Federal Reserve brokered marriages of the largest banks last fall, it is now 40 percent.
I'll go out on a limb here: I don't think we're heading to a brokered convention.
Jeb Bush would be the most likely “white knight” candidate to get drafted into a brokered convention.
So he has been building momentum for a political agreement to be brokered at Copenhagen.
The brief get-together was brokered by French President Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
In 1993, when then–Foreign Minister Shimon Peres brokered the Oslo Accords, Netanyahu compared him with Neville Chamberlain.
Unexpectedly, Obama also brokered a reconciliation between Bibi and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
The ceasefire Egypt brokered with American help will last for a period of time.
Incoming Secretary of State Hillary Clinton faces an alarming threat to any hope of a brokered Middle East peace.
The GOP could wind up with a brokered convention, there could be a third-party candidate.
late 14c., from Anglo-French brocour "small trader," from abrokur "retailer of wine, tapster;" perhaps from Portuguese alborcar "barter," but more likely from Old French brocheor, from brochier "to broach, tap, pierce (a keg)," from broche "pointed tool" (see broach (n.)), giving original sense of "wine dealer," hence "retailer, middleman, agent." In Middle English, used contemptuously of peddlers and pimps.
1630s (implied in brokering), from broker (n.). Related: Brokered.
A financial agent or intermediary; a middleman.