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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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It borrowed $282 billion in net privately-held marketable debt and ended the quarter with a cash balance of $229 billion.
Under fair value conditions, applying a DLOM creates an opportunity to make risk-free profits (or arbitrage) between the marketable and nonmarketable security, which can lead to significant distortions from a financial reporting perspective.
During the October December 2014 quarter, Treasury issued $227 billion in net marketable debt and ended the quarter with a cash balance of $223 billion.
Marketable tomato fruit yield and yield components were statistically higher when any of fungicide regimes was applied compared to the control (Table 1).
Analysis of variance revealed that sowing methods (FSM and HSM) sanitation measures and their interactions had significant effects on the percentage fruit infestation marketable fruits/plant yield loss/plant and marketable yield/plant (Table 2).
In the April-June quarter, the Treasury Department paid down 11 billion dollars in net marketable debt, ending with 135 billion dollars of cash balance.
Marketing professionals and business owners alike can benefit from the marketing and tech discussions on Marketable.
6 million tonnes of Marketable Reserves in its project portfolio.
The company has raised its marketable coal reserves by 16 percent since August 2009, up to 322.
To be marketable securities, notes must either be traded on an exchange or subject to an arrangement to convert them into marketable securities.
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.
It follows a narrative arc familiar to anyone who's consumed Edith Wharton, Jay McInerney, Tama Janowitz, or any of today's marketable wave of chick lit.