Market check

Market check

An investigation typically conducted by an investment banking firm, on behalf of a target's Board of Directors (or Special Committee) as part of a process to determine whether a proposed price for the target (or its assets) is fair.
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Competitiveness of Black Sea origin is the main reason Russian wheat has displaced Aussie origin into Sudan,' said Tom Basnett, general manager at commodity consultant Market Check in Sydney.
Open to plenty of improvement on just his second start in a handicap, Titian Boy is readily preferred to Vodka Red, who runs well at Newcastle, and Generous Pet, worth a market check on his first start for red-hot Kenneth Slack.
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The doctrine does not necessitate, among other things, that a selling board maintain the right to terminate an agreement in favor of a superior offer that later arises, engage in an active market check, or even accept the deal with the highest monetary value.
Keys has reached a decent standard in two starts over hurdles, while newcomer Dodging Bullets is worth a market check.
Conditions were not exactly easy, however, and he would still be worth a market check when lining up in another novice event.
A) and the lack of market check could indicate that the agreed deal with Allied may not be the most beneficial to Transatlantic shareholders.
Therefore, in consultation with MMC's board, I decided it was in the interest of our shareholders to do a market check to determine the value others would put on Putnam," said Michael G.
The four-year-old failed to build on her promising handicap debut third at Warwick last May and is 3lb wrong at the weights, but she could be dangerous from a good draw in stall five if rejuvenated by headgear and is worth a market check for a yard that likes a gamble.
A), as well as the lack of market check could indicate that the deal with AlliedA could not be the best option for them.
Additionally, the court held the deal was further tainted by the board's decision to allow Barclays, who by this time was clearly conflicted, to manage the post-signing market check.