Non-Negotiable

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Non-Negotiable

1. Referring to a price for an asset where the seller has no intention to change the price at the buyer's instigation. Generally, the larger a business, the more likely its prices are to be non-negotiable. For example, a street vendor may negotiate prices, while Wal-Mart will not.

2. Referring to a security or other asset that is difficult to sell or transfer. Describing an illiquid asset.
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