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Selling concession

The discount underwriters offer the selling group on securities in a new issue.

Selling Concession

The compensation that an underwriter receives for placing a new issue with investors. It is calculated as a discount from the price of the new issue. For example, an issuer may sell the underwriter a bond at $990 per bond. The underwriter will then place the issue at $1,000, allowing it to make a $10 profit. This profit is the selling concession. It is also simply called a concession.

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Airport design should cater to the traveleraCOs goal of getting to the end-point (on the plane) as fast as possible, while also catering to the airportaCOs goal of selling concessions and maximizing enplanements," writes Chandra Jacobs, co-founder of the airport mapping mobile application, TripChi.
when the three young Jacobs brothers began selling concessions at theaters and minor league baseball parks.
Sanders also said the foundation will be selling concessions during intermission and accepting donations.
Question: My daughter works in a movie theater, taking tickets and selling concessions.
For universities, it's a good idea to place ATMs inside athletic facilities when selling concessions and merchandise.
The percentage of the total spread paid as selling concessions increases with offering size.
Marina Djuric, soon to be a senior at El Camino, started selling concessions for the theater in April, mindful of the coming summer rush of job applicants.
While Bufete waited for rescue, cash grew short, credit lines were tapped and the company began selling concessions it had already won in a last-ditch attempt to raise funds.
foundation have collected more than $25,000 by organizing reading and sporting fund-raising events, Halloween parties, mother-daughter houseware parties, and by selling concessions at Little League games.
Airport design should cater to the traveleras goal of getting to the end-point (on the plane) as fast as possible, while also catering to the airportas goal of selling concessions and maximizing enplanements," writes Chandra Jacobs, co-founder of the airport mapping mobile application, TripChi.
When the United States Air Force Band held a concert at RVHS in April, Noriega, two other parents and about 30 students raised around $1,000 in two days selling concessions.
He was Eugene's popcorn king, selling concessions to hungry downtowners and fairgoers for a half-century.