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Below the Market

An order to buy or sell a security for a price below the current market value. A below the market order may occur when an investor wishes to buy at a low price in order to sell later at a high price. It also may be a stop order to sell a security when its price goes below a certain level in order to limit losses.
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Below market mini tender offers are frowned upon by the SEC and targeted firms alike.
The study found the average salary cost of state employees was 24.13 percent below market at $43,979, compared with the competitive markets average salary cost of $57,965.
Given the high cost of property taxes, land costs and construction costs, most owners will opt to do something else rather than build multi-family rental housing with a substantial below market component unless there is a tax benefit program like 421a in place.
Doing so helps protect not only "taxpayers from distressed sales below market value, but [also] local communities from having properties 'dumped' on the market at below market prices."
In the suit, it argues that the transfer of the land to George Wilcox's company was specifically to get out of the cancellation fee, and Wayland alleges that George knew he "was assisting Shirley in hiding and redirecting the funds for her personal use" and that he was "paying below market value for the alleged sale price" by issuing the promissory note to Shirley rather than to Meadows Bay.
COMPUTER chip recycling company Pure Wafer has been affected by pricing pressures in the global market and estimates that its turnover will be 5% below market expectations.
Many real estate investors are thrilled of this latest addition as most of the houses for sale are priced below market value, and accompanied with seller financing.
Today Tatneft (TATN(P) RX, ATAD LI) presented 2Q 2012 US GAAP results below market expectations.
Former Egyptian Oil Minister Samih Fahmi has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for his role in a deal that exported natural gas to Israel below market value and cost the government over $714 million in lost revenue.
The applicable federal rate (AFR) is used in determining the amount of interest in the case of certain below market loans for both income and gift tax purposes (see Q 7511, Q 7584), in imputing interest on debt instruments given on the sale or exchange of property (see Q 7829, Q 7512), and for determining interest and present values in connection with deferred payments for the use of property or services (see Q 7823).
In particular, the Commission needs to verify whether the pricing of the scheme which offers cover for export-credit and domestic transactions at below market prices is justified.