at the current price
relating to commercial products, services, etc, that are relatively expensive and of superior quality
A bear market is a situation on the stock market when people are selling a lot of shares because they expect that the shares will decrease in value and that they will be able to make a profit by buying them again after a short time. Compare → bull market .
the market in which bonds are traded
A bull market is a situation on the stock market when people are buying a lot of shares because they expect that the shares will increase in value and that they will be able to make a profit by selling them again after a short time. Compare → bear market .
an after-hours street market
relating to commercial products, services, etc, that are cheap, have little prestige, or are poor in quality
a market selling fish
A flea market is an outdoor market which sells cheap used goods and sometimes also very old furniture .
A free market is an economic system in which business organizations decide things such as prices and wages, and are not controlled by the government.
a market, as for imported goods, operating outside the authorized system of distribution
Grey market goods are bought unofficially and then sold to customers at lower prices than usual .
→ the job market
the market for junk bonds
an after-hours street market
the market for trading in the listed securities of companies on the London Stock Exchange
A market cap is the total market value of all the shares in a company.
data-word-id="9894">Market data is information gathered about the demand for goods, such as the number of units sold, and the value of goods sold.
the day on which a regular market is held
of or relating to an approach to business in which the customer's requirements are identified by market research before a product or service is released
(in Britain) the rent chargeable for accommodation, allowing for the scarcity of that kind of property and the willingness of tenants to pay
If a company carries out a market test, it asks a group of people to try a new product or service and give their opinions on it.
A market town is a town, especially in a country area, that has or used to have a market in it.
Mass market is used to refer to the large numbers of people who want to buy a particular product.
a market where meat is sold
(of rates and amounts ) similar to the market rate or amount
Goods that are bought and sold on the open market are advertised and sold to anyone who wants to buy them.
a market in which commodities, currencies, or securities are traded for immediate delivery
to estimate the success of a product on a small percentage of the target market before it is launched fully
business or trade in a commodity as specified
If something is bought or sold on the black market, it is bought or sold illegally.
A cattle market is a market where cattle are bought and sold .
A common market is an organization of countries who have agreed to trade freely with each other and make common decisions about industry and agriculture .
any of the emerging markets of the Pacific rim, esp Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and the Philippines
a rapidly expanding market
When you talk about the labor market, you are referring to all the people who are able to work and want jobs in a country or area, in relation to the number of jobs there are available in that country or area.
When you talk about the labour market, you are referring to all the people who are able to work and want jobs in a country or area, in relation to the number of jobs there are available in that country or area.
(in Britain) a statutory offence which covers insider trading and stock market manipulation
a place in a town or village where a cross was set up and a regular market was held
demand for a particular product or commodity
controlled and guided by commercial considerations
When politicians and economists talk about market forces, they mean the economic factors that affect the availability of goods and the demand for them, without any help or control by governments .
A market garden is a small farm where vegetables and fruit are grown for sale.
A market leader is a company that sells more of a particular product or service than most of its competitors do.
a dealer in securities on the London Stock Exchange who buys and sells as a principal and since 1986 can also deal with the public as a broker
an instruction to a broker to sell or buy at the best price currently obtainable on the market
the prevailing price, as determined by supply and demand, at which goods, services, etc, may be bought or sold
the current or accepted rates for a product or service
A company's market share in a product is the proportion of the total sales of that product that is produced by that company .