Offering Price

Business / Taxes / Offering Price: A security's offering price is the price at which it is taken to market at the time of issue. It may also be called the public offering price. For example, when a stock goes public in an initial public offering (IPO), the underwriter sets a price per share known as the offering price. Subsequent share offerings are also introduced at a specific price. When the stock begins to trade, its market price may be higher or lower than the offering price. The same is true of bonds, where the offering price is usually the par, or face, value. In the case of open-end mutual funds, the offering price is the price per share of the fund that you pay when you buy. If it's a no-load fund or you buy shares with a back-end load or a level-load, the offering price and the net asset value (NAV) are the same. If the shares have a front-end load, the sales charge is added to the NAV to arrive at the offering price.

Other Words for Offering

Offering Noun Synonyms: sacrifice, oblation, contribution, donation, gift, present
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Other Words for Price

Price Noun Synonyms: charge, cost, expense, expenditure, outlay, payment, amount, figure, fee, quotation, appraisal, value, valuation, evaluation, worth
Price Verb Synonyms: sacrifice, toll, penalty, cost, consequence
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Peanut Price Support Program

Business / Agriculture / Peanut Price Support Program: The federal program that supports the farm price of peanuts by offering price support loans to peanut growers and by placing limits on the amount of peanuts allowed to be sold for domestic food use. F MORE

Price-Earnings Ratio

Business / Finance / Price-Earnings Ratio: Shows the multiple of earnings at which a stock sells. Determined by dividing current stock price by current earnings per share (adjusted for stock splits). Earnings per share for the P/E ratio are de MORE

Price-Book Ratio

Business / Finance / Price-Book Ratio: Compares a stock's market value to the value of total assets less total liabilities (book value). Determined by dividing current stock price by common stockholder equity per share (book value), adjust MORE

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