Below the Market

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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Lockheed Martin recommends against stockholders tendering shares in response to the offer, as the offer price was significantly below the market price of Lockheed Martin's common stock at the commencement of the offer and is also significantly below the current market price.
However, an existing constituent is generally allowed to remain in the Standard Index even if its full market capitalization falls below the Market Size-Segment cutoff that defines the lower boundary of its segment, as long as the full market cap falls within a buffer zone below the Market Size-Segment cutoff (33% i.e.
and also leasing out corporation's land below the market price.
Why doesn't Iran offer gas below the market rate to justify its claims of brotherhood and good neighbourly relations?
The current owner will be your landlord and will keep your rent below the market. Owner will prove all financials, seller financing available.
Meanwhile, Santander, Nationwide Building Society, Metro Bank and First Direct were found to have costs below the market average and above average quality.
CAIRO, Feb 21 (KUNA) -- A Cairo court acquitted Saturday ex-oil minister Sameh Fahmy in a retrial after 2012 conviction over charges of squandering public fund for selling Egyptian natural gas to Israel at below the market price.
The yield achieved at the auction is below the market yield on bonds denominated in national currency with similar residual maturity of the following countries: Romania (3.41%), Croatia (3.59%), Hungary (3.61%), Greece (4.66%) and Turkey (9.41%).
The sugar will be supplied to the market of Kyrgyzstan at 45 som per 1 kg, which is below the market price.
Overall the group's retail prot rose 20.3 per cent to PS142million for the period but this was below the market consensus of PS145million.
PESHAWAR -- NAB (KP) Tuesday arrested Salimat Khan Orakzai, Motor Cars Dealer who defrauded dozen of people by giving them incentive to provide them Brand New Vehicles significantly below the market price and embezzled Rs.
The regulator is believed to have objected to HSBC Holdings selling at a value significantly below the market price.