Period of digestion

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Period of digestion

The time period of often high volatility after a new issue is released when the trading price of the security is established by the market.

Period of Digestion

The time during which the price of a new issue's early trading on the secondary market fluctuates significantly. The period of digestion occurs as the market attempts to determine the new issue's appropriate market price.
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The digestion period of doing deals in this region, the politics is very difficult and that hasn't changed," he said.
Wang Zhiqing, Chairman of Shanghai Petrochemical, said, "In 2014, The Chinese economy entered into a "three periods pile-up situation", which is a gears shifting period of growth pace, a throes period of structural adjustment and digestion period of stimulus at the early stage, and the Chinese economy operating generally presented a trend of continuously slowing down.
This allows for a three-hour digestion period before training.
However, the reducing sugar obtained at Day 1 was approximately 16% less than that obtained from the 2-day digestion period.
Researchers are now trying to cut the carcass digestion period to two months.
There were no significant treatment by digestion period interactions for feed intake parameters.
This typically involves the loss of many of the acquired bank's customers as well as a difficult digestion period (reconciling technologies, eliminating redundant employees, etc.
After an initial digestion period in the literature, the floodgates opened as both academic and industrial chemists saw the opportunities which the Suzuki chemistry provided (see the review in J.
Having declined the offer of second helpings, we required a lengthy digestion period before contemplating suggestions of further food offerings.
And like all marsupials, they have a relatively low rate of metabolism, so can withstand the long digestion period.
The LED industry clearly remains in an equipment digestion period.