Indicative Quote

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Indicative Quote

An FYI quote on a security offered by a market maker. While the quote is not firm and is subject to change, it presents the general range in which the real price is likely to lie.
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Full control of streaming of indicative quotes for dealers: dealers can stream axes, linked to their interdealer market quotes, to their configured clients on a proposal by proposal basis, directing them to relevant pools of liquidity and leading to improved access to funding and pricing
17) Based on its view that "[T]he increased liquidity and transparency of the debt markets in recent years has largely eliminated concerns about reliable information on sales and pricing being unavailable," (18) Treasury altered--and in doing so expanded--the prior definition of publicly traded property by providing simply that property (including debt) will be considered publicly traded if, within the 31-day period ending 15 days after the issuance of the debt instrument, any of the following exists: (i) a sales price, (ii) one or more firm quotes or (iii) one or more indicative quotes.
Global Partners will be ascertaining the viability of municipal aggregation for the city by analyzing load data and soliciting sample indicative quotes from power suppliers.
Prices can be affected by a number of technical factors in addition to credit risk, and indicative quotes are available (at this time) only through limited, institutional-investor-only information services.
The company said it would like to receive indicative quotes from investors this year and select the winners of the tenders for both units in February.
CapitalThinking sought indicative quotes on the deal from five of its 20 lenders for whom the property type and loan amount was best suited.
His analysis indicates that trade activity within the interbank market is distinct from the posting of indicative quotes.
lot 2: the ECB requires access to information on current and historical ABS-traded prices and indicative quotes for European ABS markets;
Firm quotes provide a more reliable basis for determining FMV than indicative quotes, so firm quotes appear to provide a reasonable basis for determining FMV under Regs.