The price a seller is asking in exchange for a security.
See ask or offer price
A willingness to sell at a given price.
price at which a trader is willing to sell a financial asset.
The price at which a dealer will sell a security in the market.
The lowest price at which a seller is willing to sell a particular security. This is therefore the price at which the security can be bought.... more on: Offer price
sometimes referred to as the ask price; it is the price at which an investor can buy from the market.
The price at which you can buy shares. See also bid price, mid price.
Price at which a securities dealer, market maker or any prospective seller is willing to sell the asset. Also referred to as the "asked price" or "ask."
Offer price is the price at which you buy your units. The number of units you own could be calculated by dividing your subscription amount with this.
The price at which common stock is sold to the public.
(stock market) the price at which a broker is willing to sell a certain security.
The price that has been most recently communicated by the DEALER to another BROKER or dealer, representing the price at which the dealer is willing to sell one or more round lots of PENNY STOCK. Rule 15-3(c)(2).
The price at which you will deal when you buy your investment trust shares. See share price.
The price at which a dealer offers to sell an asset.
The price at which a holder of an asset is willing to sell. (Also known as the asking price).
the price at which someone is currently willing to sell a stock
The price at which mutual fund/unit shares are sold to shareholders. The offer price may be equal to the bid price, or higher.
Price at which you buy an investment. The difference between the bid and offer price is the spread, FEL, or sales charge.
The price at which you can buy shares from a company or investment manager.
The price at which units can be bought from a fund.
The price at which you can buy. Sometimes referred to as the â€œaskâ€ price.
Contract price to purchase from a buyer to seller.
The price at which units may be bought.
The price at which shares in an initial or secondary offering are offered to the public. Also known as the subscription price.
The price in the market which a prospective seller is prepared to accept to sell the shares. The higher of the prices in the Bid to Offer spread. The price paid when you buy the shares and the existing shareholder accepts the OFFER to buy them.
The price shown by a 'Market Maker' at which an investor may buy shares, so long as the number of shares does not exceed the indicated 'Market Size'.
The “ask” or the higher price of a quoted spread. The level at which a client would buy or “go long” of a market.
Marketmakers quote securities in terms of what's called a bid-offer price. The bid price is the price at which they will buy a particular security. The offer price is the price at which they will sell a security.
Price at which someone who owns a security offers to sell it. Also known as the Asked Price.
The price at which customers can purchase units or shares (also known as the selling price).
The price at which a company offers its shares to the public through issue of a prospectus
See asked price.
Price at which you buy a share.
The price at which a security is offered for sale. See Bid Price.
This is the buying price at which a share is offered for sale on the stockmarket. It is also the buying price of Unit Trusts, Life and Pension Funds.
The selling price for securities in the market.
The price at which you can buy a security or a unit in a unit trust.
The price at which the shares were originally offered to the public.
The price at which you buy shares or units.
Price offered to the seller at the start of a negotiation.
The price the Market Maker will require in order to sell to you the shares you seek to buy (see Spread).
The price at which the market maker will sell shares to investors.
In the securities business this means the same as ask / ask price, or the price ...
The price at which securities may be sold in the market.
The price at which a market maker is offering to sell shares. It is usually higher than the ‘ bid price’ at which they will buy shares. For example a quote of 510 - 515 indicates a bid price of 510 and an offer price of 515. In the USA, this is known as the asking price.
The price at which fund units are bought.
The price in the market which a prospective buyer is prepared to pay (Offer) to acquire the share. The lower value of the prices in the bid to offer spread. The price received when the shares are sold.
The price the market maker will quote in order to sell to you the shares you wish to buy.
the price offered to the seller by a buyer for consideration.
Lowest price at which a dealer is willing to sell a commodity.
The price at which securities (or units in a collective investment fund) are sold to the investor.
The price at which a seller is willing to sell. The best offer is the lowest such price available.
The price at which market makers offer shares, ie the price at which investors buy shares from the market maker.