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Marketability

A negotiable security is said to have good marketability if there is an active secondary market in which it can easily be resold.

marketability

The ease with which an investment may be bought and sold in the secondary market. Poor marketability tends to reduce the value of a security.
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During the April June 2015 quarter, Treasury expects to pay down $7 billion in net marketable debt, assuming an end-of-June cash balance of $150 billion.
Marketable yield was calculated based on fruit quality standards acceptable by the local market tomato vendors.
In the fourth quarter, the department would issue 235 billion dollars in net marketable debt, expecting a cash balance of 80 billion dollars by the end of December.
Marketable delivers the latest trends, tips, and best practices in technology from a marketing perspective.
The JORC compliant Marketable Reserve at EPC 891 (Springsure Creek) has increased from 102.
One method previously used to avoid excess gain was to purchase and distribute marketable securities instead of cash.
Be a Comparison Shopper: A rule of thumb for owning marketable securities is to ensure that they have multiple dealer support, preferably from more than three dealers.
Continually underscoring "culture's demand for marketable identity in [an artist's] person, products, style, and career" in order to evade it, as one writer noted in these pages [Artforum, September 2004], the group has flirted with the terms of cultural commodification through enterprises ranging from party-planning and a fashion label during the '90s to publishing a magazine and producing films more recently, including the 2002 pseudodocumentary Get Rid of Yourself, made with the German Black Bloc contingent during the 2001 Genoa G8 summit demonstrations (with a cameo by Chloe Sevigny).
The only way Toney could have gotten a larger piece of the pie is if Goossen had convinced the WBA that Toney was by far the more marketable fighter.
To facilitate this looting, the Treasury Department quietly stopped issuing marketable Treasury bonds to the Social Security trust fund -- a fact that few people know about -- before the large surpluses from the 1983 payroll tax increase began to flow in.
However, these plants must be grown in a favorable, stress-free environment for this genetic potential to fully express itself in terms of marketable yield.
These marketable securities are then used as a way for a life insurance company to raise capital and potentially optimize earnings.