Thin Market

Business / Taxes / Thin Market: A thin market is one where securities trade infrequently. The term can refer to an entire securities market, such as one in an emerging nation, a specific class of securities, such as micro-cap stocks, or an individual security.

Other Words for Market

Market Adjective Synonyms: shop, store, bazaar, supermarket, superstore
Market Verb Synonyms: market-place, exchange, Stock Exchange
Market Noun Synonyms: demand, customer base, call
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Other Words for Thin

Thin Adjective Synonyms: airy, filmy, diaphanous, gossamer, sheer, light, delicate, chiffon, silky, silken, gauzy, translucent, see-through, transparent
Thin Noun Synonyms: slim, slender, lean, spare, slight, lanky, spindly, skinny, thin as a rail or reed or rake, wispy, twiggy, skeletal, gaunt, gangling, bony, emaciated, cadaverous, meager, scrawny, all skin and bones, scraggy, undernourished, underfed, underweight, undersi
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Matador Market

Business / Finance / Matador Market: The foreign market in Spain. MORE

Marketplace Price Efficiency

Business / Finance / Marketplace Price Efficiency: The degree to which the prices of assets reflect the available marketplace information. Marketplace price efficiency is sometimes estimated as the difficulty faced by active management of earning a gr MORE

Marketing Year

Business / Agriculture / Marketing Year: The 12-month period, generally from the beginning of a new harvest, over which a crop is marketed. For example, for wool, mohair, and Hawaiian sugarcane, the marketing year is January 1-December 31: f MORE

Marketing Quotas (Or Allotments)

Business / Agriculture / Marketing Quotas (Or Allotments): Authorized by the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, these quotas (sometimes called poundage quotas) limit marketings of certain commodities. The marketing quota, which must be approved by at least MORE

Milk Marketing Orders

Business / Agriculture / Milk Marketing Orders: Administered by the Agricultural Marketing Service, federal milk marketing orders were first instituted in the 1930s to promote orderly marketing conditions by, among other things, applying a uniform MORE

Miss The Price-Market

Business / Finance / Miss The Price-Market: Used for listed equity securities. (1) Have an order in hand but fail to execute a transaction on terms favorable to a customer and, thus, be negligent as a broker; (2) receive an order just after a p MORE

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