Market Eye

Business / Finance / Market Eye: A financial information service based in the U.K. sponsored by the ISE (International Stock Exchange of the U.K. and the Republic of Ireland) that provides current market and statistical information.

Other Words for Eye

Eye Noun Synonyms: discernment, perception, taste, judgment, discrimination, percipience, perspicacity, appreciation, sensitivity, knowledge, recognition, comprehension
Eye Adjective Synonyms: vision, (eye)sight, visual acuity, perception
Eye Verb Synonyms: eyeball, orb, optic
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Other Words for Market

Market Adjective Synonyms: shop, store, bazaar, supermarket, superstore
Market Noun Synonyms: demand, customer base, call
Market Verb Synonyms: market-place, exchange, Stock Exchange
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Marketed Claims

Business / Finance / Marketed Claims: Claims that can be bought and sold in financial markets, such as those of stockholders and bondholders. MORE

Marketable Title

Business / Finance / Marketable Title: A clear, reasonably incontestable title to a piece of real estate that is good for transaction purposes. MORE

Marketable Securities

Business / Finance / Marketable Securities: Securities that can readily be converted into cash, including government securities, bankers' acceptances, and commercial paper. MORE

Marketing

Entertainment / Video Games / Marketing: (1) The practice of working to maximize the sales of a product, sometimes by advertising to the end customer, and sometimes by promoting the game to the retail channel and to magazine editors. (2) The MORE

Marketing Assessments

Business / Agriculture / Marketing Assessments: Producers and first purchasers of some supported commodities are required to pay an assessment as a contribution toward achieving budget deficit reduction targets. Under the FAIR Act of 1996, assessme MORE

Marketing Contract

Business / Agriculture / Marketing Contract: Prices (or pricing mechanisms) are established for a commodity before harvest or before the commodity is ready for marketing. Most management decisions remain with the grower, who retains ownership of MORE

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