Midmarket

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Midmarket

Price around which a market maker derives bid and asked prices.

Midmarket

1. Describing a medium-sized company. There is no specific definition of how many employees a midmarket company has, but, in general, experts say the number is between 50 and 1000. Midmarket companies are often subject to stricter regulations than small businesses; for example, some states exempt small businesses from minimum wage laws. For this reason, companies ought to be cautious when hiring their fiftieth or hundredth employee.

2. Describing a price that is neither too expensive nor too cheap. Midmarket prices may apply to a bid/ask spread, or to middling prices in a retail chain.
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