Stable Market

Stable Market

A market with low trading volume that can nevertheless absorb a large sale without a major change in price. In most low volume markets, a single large sale causes a big jump or drop in price because there are relatively few other sales against which to compare the large sale. The term is most common in foreign exchange.
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THE Kanya Hote Tomato Growers Association in Daura, Katsina State, has urged the state government to provide a stable market for tomatoes.
DUBAI, Nov 28 (KUNA) -- Commitment to the agreement on limiting oil production will allow prices to rise and create a stable market, said Emirati Minister of Energy Suhail Al-Mazroui.
Given the current trend, a week (perhaps two) of a stable market will be needed before end buyer confidence returns to the point they are willing to offer with any aggression, as local steel plate prices have been fluctuating wildly and by as much as USD 10/LDT nearly everyday.
A well established restaurant with good and steady, broad and diversified customer base, little competition in a stable market.
As per Energy Minister Andrea Leadsom, the UK energy market is yet an attractive and stable market to make investment in.
A stable market would allow for stable interest rates, making it the perfect time for state owned banks to issue bonds, says Bank Mandiri director, Royke Tumilaar.
The ratings reflect the strong support from the major shareholder, the Company's stable market position, and its stable operating performance.
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The company benefits from the tight connections its keeps with farmers as well as from its stable market share.
The relationship (-[lambda]) between the risk premium and the expected rate of appreciation deviates from that relationship (-[gamma]) in stable market due to the revision error.
The subdued level of transactions is well below the 70,000 to 80,000 approvals a month in a stable market.
The bank's Derek Wilson said: "The more stable market conditions that respondents to the survey are expecting should, at least, provide some reassurance to those contemplating a home purchase.