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Bid price

This is the quoted bid, or the highest price an investor is willing to pay to buy a security. Practically speaking, this is the available price at which an investor can sell shares of stock. Related: Ask, offer.

Bid

1. An offer by an investor to buy a security.

2. The highest price a potential buyer is willing to pay for a security. See also: Ask, Bid-ask spread.

bid price

the price at which a dealer in a FINANCIAL SECURITY (such as a STOCK or SHARE), FOREIGN CURRENCY or COMMODITY (tin, wheat, etc.) is prepared to buy a security, currency or commodity Such dealers usually cite two prices to potential customers, the smaller bid price, and a higher offer price or ‘ask price’ at which they are prepared to sell a security, etc. The difference between the bid and offer price (referred to as the ‘spread’) represents the dealer's profit margin on the transaction. See MARKET MAKER, MIDDLE PRICE.

bid price

the price at which a dealer in a FINANCIAL SECURITY (such as a STOCK or SHARE), FOREIGN CURRENCY or COMMODITY (tin, wheat, etc.) is prepared to buy a security, currency or commodity Such dealers usually cite two prices to potential customers, the smaller bid price and a higher ‘offer price’ or ‘ask price’ at which they are prepared to sell a security, etc. The difference between the bid and offer price (referred to as the ‘spread’) represents the dealer's profit margin on the transaction. See MARKET MAKER.
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The letter also stated that Saflink can regain compliance with the bid price requirement if, at any time before June 14, 2006, the bid price of its common stock closes at or above $1.
In accordance with Nasdaq Marketplace Rule 4450(e)(2), the Company will have until September 11, 2006, to regain compliance with the minimum bid price requirement.
2) That DG Systems, on or before June 14, 2006 will have a closing bid price of $1.
Under NASDAQ rules, the NASDAQ staff will make a determination promptly after February 21, 2006 as to whether EasyLink is entitled to the additional 180 day grace period to regain compliance with NASDAQ's $1 minimum bid price requirement.
DG Systems" or the "Company"), (NASDAQ: DGIT), the leading provider of digital media distribution services to the broadcast and advertising industries, today announced that it has received a staff determination letter from the Nasdaq Stock Market ("Nasdaq") stating that the Company's common stock is subject to delisting from the Nasdaq National Market because the closing bid price of the Company's common stock is not in compliance with the $1.
00 minimum closing bid requirement set forth in Nasdaq Marketplace Rule 4450(a)(5) (the "Minimum Bid Price Rule"), and as a result the Company's common stock will be delisted at the opening of business on January 27, 2006 unless the Company requests a hearing in accordance with the Nasdaq Marketplace Rules.