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Inquiry

Used in the context of general equities. In-line expression of interest in a particular stock, usually asking the firm to bid for or offer stock.

Inquiry

1. A request in which one investor asks another to make a bid or offer on a security.

2. An indication of interest by a potential customer or client. Generally speaking, an inquiry follows an advertisement or word-of-mouth information about the company. The number of inquiries can help a company determine the effectiveness of its marketing. Likewise, the number of inquiries relative to the number of actual customers or clients can help the company determine the quality of its products and/or staff.
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We are working with lawmakers to formulate legislation that the governor has talked about and he will not accept any measure that will require law enforcement to inquire about immigration," Frazier says.
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A spouse who has a duty to inquire, but fails to do so, may be charged with constructive knowledge of the substantial understatement and denied innocent spouse relief.
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Barb Wilson of Thousand Oaks said she rarely asks questions during the sessions, but she learns a lot by listening to what others say and inquire about.
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He attended a clinic in Anaheim to inquire about equipment and has regular meetings with the area high school coaches.
The site enables visitors to view the offering circulars of various de novo investment opportunities around the country, and provides the contact information for the proposed banks so that interested parties can inquire about making an investment.
The student said she never gave Shelton permission to use the money and said she approached him to inquire about her money at least four times between November and January, when her account had no money left.