heavy market

Heavy Market

A market for a security characterized by more sell orders than buy orders. Trading in such a market usually involves declining prices because of the downward pressure created by the glut of sell orders.

heavy market

A declining market.
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Within the first hour, the KSE 100 index peaked out for the day and started retracing intraday gains amid heavy market participation.
Due to heavy market fragmentation and the varying speeds at which market participants -- including US stock exchanges -- receive data, the NBBO (National Best Bid and Offer) is not a uniform indication of stock prices.
Historically, the performance of the banking, services and industry sectors were tied to the significant contribution of just few companies; QNB, Ooredoo and Industries Qatar, although this heavy market concentration has been addressed to some extent.
EVEN Song justified heavy market support to give Aidan O'Brien his 50th Royal Ascot success with victory in the Ribblesdale Stakes.
Our own promising biopharmaceutical development projects and the heavy market demand for contract manufacturing were the basis for our decision to invest long-term in our biopharmaceuticals activities to this extent, explained Dr Wolfgang Baiker, member of the Board of Managing Directors responsible for biopharmaceuticals and operations.
Is it really necessary to start talking about heavy market regulation?
Flexjet LLC said it has accelerated deliveries of the Gulfstream G450(TM) business jet in response to heavy market demand.
55 Curragh SP forecast 13-8 Well-regarded filly who has gone off favourite for both starts and built on her fourth in a 5f Naas maiden in April when justifying heavy market support in a 6f maiden at Navan last month.
Most of the reduction occurred during heavy market trading yesterday, Kuwait Stock Exchange data showed.
The MFH is Kyocera's first high-feed milling tool, and is being introduced in response to heavy market demand.
These funds include triggers that move money from equities into bonds during times of heavy market volatility.
Large dividend yields, low level of institutionalization, information asymmetry, top heavy market structure, and underweighting small stocks are some of the reasons for outperformance by GCC fund managers.