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Corner a Market

1. To own a significant enough amount of a stock to be able to manipulate its price. More specifically, an investor corners a market when he/she owns so many shares in a company that he/she can trigger a sell off if he/she dumps the stock. For this reason, persons and institutions owning or buying more than a certain percentage of shares in a company must register with the SEC and are subject to certain restrictions.

2. To have the greatest market share in a particular industry without having a monopoly. Companies that have cornered their markets usually have greater leeway in their decisions; for example, they may charge higher prices for their products without fear of losing too much business. Large companies, such as Wal-Mart or Microsoft, are considered to have cornered their markets. See also: Gorilla.

corner

Significant control over a sufficient portion of a particular security so that it is possible to control the security's price. Others wishing to purchase the security, especially to cover short positions, are forced to buy it at an artificially high price. Corners were popular in the early 1900s when the securities markets were virtually unregulated. See also natural corner.

corner

To acquire a big enough position in a particular security or commodity so that control over its price and supply is achieved.

corner

vb. to buy or attempt to buy up all the supplies of a particular product on the MARKET, thereby creating a temporary MONOPOLY situation with the aim of exploiting the market.
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The typical 'soil' of Cornas, she explained, is a very friable form of granite.
They make about half of all Crozes-Hermitage, the biggest appellation in the region, have a lion's share of Hermitage itself and are well represented across the river in Saint-Joseph, Cornas and its neighbour Saint-Pray, a small appellation just for dry white wine and surprisingly chunky fizz.
Cornas has to improve on what he has achieved so far to win Ascot's Grade One contest, but the eight-year-old is on the upgrade.
Domaine Philippe & Vincent Jaboulet produces seven wines, including Hermitage Rouge ($82), Hermitage Blanc ($66), Cornas ($76), Crozes-Hermitage Nouvel[c]re ($40), Crozes-Hermitage Rouge ($30), Crozes-Hermitage Blanc ($30) and a Syrah Vin de Pays de la Drome ($15).
He has a bit to find with the best of his rivals on BHA ratings but some of them come into this after a long season, whereas Cornas is relatively fresh.
Nicky Henderson could launch a two-pronged assault with French Opera and Mad Max, with Cornas and I'm So Lucky completing the list.
But the more sophisticated top wines are from Hermitage, Cote Rotie, St Joseph, Cornas and Gigondas.
Cornas was given a shocking ride by Daryl Jacob in my view at Ascot which is was annoying as it is just about the only bad ride that jockey has given this winter and he has been in tremendous form.
Nick Williams has entered Cornas, Alan King has given Oh Crick the option.
Cornas can gain a much-deserved victory in the Exeter Racecourse Conference Centre Graduation Chase (2.
Third in both the Arkle and at Aintree, the seven-year-old still had a bit to do turning in and only put his head in front over the last as he fought tooth and nail with Mahogany Blaze and the well-backed eventual runner-up Cornas (5-1).
Devon trainer Nick Williams has spotted a good opportunity for Cornas (5.