Bidder


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Bidder

A firm or person that wants to buy a firm or security.

Bidder

A potential buyer. The term may apply regardless of what the bidder is seeking to buy. To give only a few examples, bidders seek to buy houses, stocks, bonds, and whole companies. A bidder may be an individual or a corporation. Generally speaking, a seller finds the bidder who offers the best deal and executes the sale with him or her.
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One possible explanation for the divergence between excess cash flows and the discount to diversification is that the market may attach greater value on the bidder's growth and/or its industry prospects.
The competent representative of the bidder may participate in the envelope opening procedure.
A senior official of the RCB told Dawn that the bidders were interested in sadder for advertisement as mostly people visited the commercial areas while advertisement on Peshawar Road at Chur Chowk and Tench Bhatta would be of no public interest.
The Bidder has stated that its offer will remain outstanding until 11: 59 p.m.
A bidder cannot deny the bid even after the auction is over.
As part of its rival submission, Bidder V furnished to Morgans a letter of intent from a new potential financing source which indicated that this financing source is prepared, subject to due diligence and definitive documentation, to provide up to USD 500m in capital to support the transaction.
CVCF kitchen and dining room remodel, East Wenatchee; apparent low bidder was Halme Builders.
No award is made to second lowest bidder as wrongfully presented in the captioned news article.
FAN-GROUP Foundation of Hearts (FoH) hope to be named preferred bidders for the administration-hit Jambos by the end of the week.
A bidder's value for the bundle of A and B ([V.sub.bu]) equals the sum of her individual values for A and B ([V.sub.A] and [V.sub.B]) and the complementarity (C).
Bidders who cannot give a clear certificate will need to to provide an "explanatory statement" setting out any mitigating factors - for example, the bidder no longer engages in tax planning.