Asked to bid/offer

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Asked to bid/offer

Used in context of general equities. Usually a seller (buyer) looking to aggressively sell (buy) stock, usually asking for a capital commitment from an investment bank.

Asked to Bid/Offer

A situation in which a seller or buyer of a security has solicited a potential buyer or seller. When an investment bank is asked to bid/offer, the potential seller/buyer asks for money as a surety. See also: Bid-ask spread.
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In this tender this has been translated into a concept whereby the tenderers are asked to offer the desired functionalities at a maximum rate per tick.
During the 40-day period, the faithful were asked to offer prayers for those who died in street killings and also those killed in the war on terror in Marawi City.
As the common neighbour and friend of Pakistan and India, China is happy to see and will, as always, support Pakistan and India enhance mutual trust and achieve common development through continuous dialogue, said the spokesperson when asked to offer comments on Indian prime minister unscheduled stopover in Lahore while returning to New Delhi from Kabul.
Global Banking News-November 6, 2015--South Africa's commercial banks asked to offer customers better service
Survivors are being asked to offer their "words of inspiration" on its4breastcancer.
Volunteers will be asked to offer their assistance in the plantation of trees and the creation of a beekeeping site, among many other projects.
Bidders for the Ahnet field not only had to demonstrate that they had LNG production and marketing capacity for at least 4m t/y and gas production of at least 10 BCM/y, but were also asked to offer asset swaps.
The young officials have been asked to offer recommendations for " reorganising media units, such as Doordarshan and All India Radio, of the government" and the strategies it should adopt for effective dissemination of information.
This is not the first time that an accused was asked to offer prayer at the temple.
Said Mr Ward: "Businesses may be experiencing considerable financial pressure and management are being asked to offer further security by way of equity or personal guarantees.
Airlines, tour operators and hotels are being asked to offer bargains including free travel for spouses or an extra night's stay at hotels as part of its campaign.