Bid Size

Bid Size

The number of shares in a stock that a potential buyer is willing to purchase in a given bid. For example, if the bid size is 1,000 shares, this means that the bidder wishes to buy 1,000 shares at the stated price.
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To ensure participation by high net worth individuals in price discovery process, the minimum bid size has been reviewed from rupees one million to rupees two million and minimum number of bids required have been increased from 40 to 100 bidders, to arrive at a more transparent bidding process.
Also, the SECP has reviewed the minimum bid size from Rs1mn to Rs2mn, while minimum number of bids required have been increased from 40 to 100 to arrive at a more transparent bidding process.
To ensure participation by high net worth individuals in price discovery process, the minimum bid size has been reviewed from Rs 1 million to Rs 2 million and a minimum number of bids required have been increased from 40 to 100 bidders, to arrive at a more transparent bidding process.
The minimum nameplate bid size for this RFP is 80 MW etc.
The key features of the new book building regulations are comprises that the total offer size should not be less than 25 million shares, Maximum bid size by a single bidder is 10% of the book building portion.
However, the bid size for the retail investor is restricted to
We estimate bid size through two methods where (1) EV/EBITDA approach yields a size of PRs14-17bn (US$140-175mn) and (2) a bid size of PRs16-17bn (US$165-171mn) through P/B methodology.
For more information on Plaintree or to receive stock quotes, complete with trading summaries, bid size and ask price, brokerage house participation, insider reports, news releases, disclosure information, and CNSX and SEDAR filings, visit the CNSX website at www.
9m) in cash in its accounts when it last reported its results it said those funds were not "sufficient to cater for the expected bid size required for the company to acquire the blocks it is interested in".
If the bid size of the specialist is large (here, greater than 1,000 shares), an investor can sell all his shares in one transaction at the current bid price quoted by the specialist.
At 9:38:24, the bid size is increased to $11 million.
The dummy variable parameter for bid size is statistically significant and carries the predicted sign for both CATS and floor stocks.