Subject market

Subject market

Quote in which prices are subject to confirmation. See: Fast market.

Subject Market

An exchange or financial market in which quotes given are tentative and subject to confirmation. An example of a subject market is a fast market, in which there is so much volatility and trades occur so rapidly that market orders may be executed at a different price from the price at the time the order was placed. Subject markets can be risky.
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Contract notice: maintenance of electromechanical installations of road engineering structures in the province of lige - subject market with orders for services
Allan Riorda has completed more than 2,000 transactions in the subject market since 1990.
Market value of a property rests on the foundation of determining "the present value of all of the future benefits it brings to the owner." (15) The analyst, in measuring the market support for a property use, examines the current and future demand and competitive supply in the subject market. (16) Therefore, the purpose of a highest and best use study is to forecast what is the most probable alternative use of the property that will produce the highest present value of future benefits that can be realized by the owner of the property.
One such gambit is the straightforward misrepresentation of future supply in the subject market, which is a variant of the "ignore the future" maneuver on the economic forecast side.
For example, the 20-year average national cap rate for investment- grade office buildings might be 8.0%, but the sustainable rate concluded for a subject market might be in the 8.5% to 9.5% range.
Subject market: replacement work of external joinery school group in Ouistreham.
* Estimate the potential gross revenues for the subject property based upon an examination of the prior operating history of the subject property (if available), operating history of comparable properties in the subject market area and on a national basis, and an analysis of industry trends.
At first glance, one might ask how comparables as far away as 175 miles could reflect the local subject market adequately.
Fundamental demand analysis begins with inferred analysis but goes beyond the inferred trend analysis level by forecasting demand based on the segmentation of broad demographic and economic data to reflect the specific subject market. This market analysis follows the same six-step process and is described as a Level C or D study in Table 2.
Futher all the appraisal forms list Certification Statement 11, which states: I have knowledge and experience in appraising this type of property in the subject market area.
Subject market: demolition of the sailing school (asbestos removal, dismemberment,