Below the Market

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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DERA GHAZI KHAN -- Ramadan bazaars across the province would provide essential items to the people at a price that would be 15-20 below the market price under an agreement between Punjab government and different associations.
The sugar will be supplied to the market of Kyrgyzstan at 45 som per 1 kg, which is below the market price.
PESHAWAR -- NAB (KP) Tuesday arrested Salimat Khan Orakzai, Motor Cars Dealer who defrauded dozen of people by giving them incentive to provide them Brand New Vehicles significantly below the market price and embezzled Rs.
The government has not compensated oil companies this year for selling diesel, domestic LPG and kerosene below the market price as the ` 40,000 crore fuel subsidy it had allocated in this year's Budget has been exhausted in paying compensation pending for 2011- 12.
The news can put some negative pressure on Bashkirenergo: firstly, the repurchase price is strongly below the market, secondly, there is uncertainty about future liquidity of shares of Bashkir Grids.
5 million leva, considered to be significantly below the market price by trade unions and analysts.
Priced way below the market value for a quick sale.
While this is good news for tenants paying through the nose, for those currently paying well below the market rate, the new decree will come as a blow.
All the rents are considerably below the market, which provides the purchaser, Group 103 LLC, with substantial upside potential.
Falling below the market average of 116 were Standard Pacific with 115 points; Beazer and Richmond American with 98; Warmington with 94; Forecast with 87 and D.
The sources said that the three executives arrested Monday -- Seiichi Ikura, 65, senior managing director, Norihiro Kanno, 59, head of the public relations department and a board member, and Masaru Kojima, 55, head of the real estate department and also a board member -- have decided to sell the strips of land below the market price to avoid trouble with racketeers, even though they were not for sale.
THE once-great chemicals conglomerate ICI was yesterday forced to flog new shares 44 per cent below the market price in an attempt to raise pounds 808million.