Negotiated Market

Negotiated Market

A secondary market in which potential buyers and sellers negotiate the price of each transaction. Most stock exchanges are negotiated markets: buyers express interest by posting bid prices and sellers do the same with ask prices. A negotiated market operates according to the law of supply and demand. See also: Market price, Fair market value.
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this contract is concluded under the conditions of the article 30 paragraph 8 of the decree no2016-360 of 25/03/2016 relative to the public markets and according to the procedure of negotiated market without publicity nor put in competition.
As high-end projects, both Layan and Waterbay indicate that Bin Faqeeh is entering a golden age in its eight-year history, during which time it has successfully negotiated market downturns to help shape Bahrain's real estate landscape.
03 percentage points, on May 24 from 390 basis points a year earlier, according to data provider CMA, which is owned by McGraw-Hill Cos and compiles prices quoted by dealers in the privately negotiated market.
Ballista will augment ICE's existing initiatives in the options market, which began with YellowJacket's entry into the off-exchange negotiated market last year.
The outcome was a properly negotiated market rent with car parking space, settled and approved by the council's own officers and landlord.
could potentially be in the position of having negotiated market access in China for its allies, without having those rights itself.
But unlike the NYSE and other stock exchanges, which utilize an auction market, the OTC market relies on a negotiated market system (NASDAQ) to conduct its day-to-day business.
There, she negotiated market access commitments on trade in services with China as part of its accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) and served as U.
This is the revival of the initial procedure of batch 5 "painting" declared unsuccessful, In a negotiated market without advertising or competitive preliminaries.
The cost of insuring Bahrain's debt from default for five years plunged 135 basis points to 232 in the 12 months to June 7, according to data provider CMA, which is owned by McGraw-Hill and compiles prices quoted by dealers in the privately negotiated market.
Abu Dhabi has the second-lowest credit risk in the Middle East after Saudi Arabia at 64 basis points, according to CMA, which is owned by McGraw-Hill Cos and compiles prices quoted by dealers in the privately negotiated market.
CMA is owned by CME Group and compiles prices quoted by dealers in the privately negotiated market.