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Below the Market

An order to buy or sell a security for a price below the current market value. A below the market order may occur when an investor wishes to buy at a low price in order to sell later at a high price. It also may be a stop order to sell a security when its price goes below a certain level in order to limit losses.
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Miami area drivers given below market value prices on big name vehicles
In the suit, it argues that the transfer of the land to George Wilcox's company was specifically to get out of the cancellation fee, and Wayland alleges that George knew he "was assisting Shirley in hiding and redirecting the funds for her personal use" and that he was "paying below market value for the alleged sale price" by issuing the promissory note to Shirley rather than to Meadows Bay.
Today Tatneft (TATN(P) RX, ATAD LI) presented 2Q 2012 US GAAP results below market expectations.
Former Egyptian Oil Minister Samih Fahmi has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for his role in a deal that exported natural gas to Israel below market value and cost the government over $714 million in lost revenue.
Despite the outlook for the US economy being more positive in 2010, recovery is not expected overnight and there still remains substantial Below Market Value housing stock available.
Diesel fuel will be released by the Government for rural producers at below market prices for the fall field work in regions, in accordance with the distribution list provided by local government administrations.
Low property prices - Median real estate prices for Florida average 25 per cent less than the national average, $138,200 vs $184,700 respectively (Zillow Jan 2010) Abundance of BMV housing stock - More than 500,000 homes received foreclosure notices in 2009 bringing to the market large numbers of high quality stock at up to 70 per cent Below Market Value prices.
The stores are occupied by hip SoHo boutiques at below market rents.
They agreed to purchase 60 units at the developer's cost--which is expected to run 25 percent to 30 percent below market value-and pass those savings on to their faculty and staff.
In exchange for allowing the conversion without enough parking and other necessities in a low-vacancy area, the Planning Commission required the developers to sell or rent nine studio and one-bedroom units at below market rates.
The war had its origins in July 1990, when Hussein openly threatened to invade Kuwait if it did not change its policy of selling oil below market prices, which the Iraqi dictator claimed was costing Iraq revenue.
Whether the loan is below market, as defined in IRC section 7872(c)(1).