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Fire Sale

A situation in which security prices are exceptionally low. This may be a buy signal, especially if the securities are fundamentally sound.
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"After the firesales of Royal Mail and Northern Rock, we will scrutinise Osborne's plans for the future of RBS very carefully," said Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls in a statement.
Christopher Samba is one of the few stars who has not left Anzhi after the firesale instigated by owner Suleiman Kerimov
The industry has been shaken by the demise of Woolworths and the firesale of its products in the closing down sale.
More importantly, they're available as surplus at a firesale price of about $300,000 U.S.
The land was given away in usufructo, together with all the existing facilities and machinery at firesale prices by way of soft state credits offered by Cuba's Central Bank.
Firesale Softway CEO Doug Miller does not expect Mortice Kern Systems Inc's acquisition of Unix-on-NT company DataFocus Inc (see separate story) to alter the competitive landscape much.
According to The Wall Street Journal, an Idaho salvage dealer purchased at a 1993 Department of Energy firesale the essentials to make bomb-grade uranium, including equipment, blueprints, and flowcharts.
The problem of course is the hovering threat Fairfield will have to unload its assets at firesale liquidation prices and all that stock will end up as corporate wallpaper.
What's worse, taxpayers subsidize these glassedin hovels by offering restaurants public space at firesale prices.
He is now preparing a massive firesale with Jack Grealish, Jonathan Kodjia and James Chester all expected to leave for big money.
NORWICH manager Alex Neil says there will be no firesale at Carrow Road.
These have crippled an unfortunate Greece which was unwise enough to give up the Drachma, and has been so badly led that she wasn't even offered a referendum choice outlining all the benefits of leaving and now sees herself barren, asset-stripped and sold off piece by piece at firesale prices, whilst the UK austerity movement fawns before the Trojan Horse.