Also known as the offering price, the ask price is the amount at which a mutual fund's shares can be purchased. To calculate the ask price, add a fund's current net asset value per share to its sales charge, if any.
Ask is the market selling price. This is the price that a trader can buy the base currency. In the quotation, it is always shown on the right side of the quotation, for instance in this quote 1.2527-1.2532, 1.2532 is the offer.
Ask is the market selling price, the price at which the market is prepared to sell a specified Currency in a Foreign Exchange Contract or Cross Currency Contract. At this price, the trader can buy the base currency. In the quotation, it is shown on the right side of the quotation, for instance 1.4527- 1.4532
(Offer) - The sell price of a specific currency. It is the price at which the trader can buy the base currency. In a currency quote the ask is shown on the right side of the quotation. For example, in the quote EUR/USD 1.2134/37, the ask price is for one Euro is 1.2137 US Dollars.
This is a price set by a marketmaker or trader. It shows the price the investor can purchase the stock from the broker-deal. If a stock had a bid price of 21 and an asking price of 21.50, the investor could purchase the stock at 21.50 and sell the stock at 21. The bid price is what the investor can sell their stock at or what a market maker or trader is willing to pay for their shares.
This is the amount that the Seller is willing to accept without haggling for the advertised item. This amount is posted and displayed for everyone to see. The Seller is obligated to accept the first ask price submitted, provided the ad is still open.
Sometimes called the Offer Price, this is the market price for traders to buy currencies. Ask Prices are shown on the right side of a quote. For example: e.g. EUR/USD 1.1965 / 68, means that one euro can be bought for 1.1968 UD dollars.
The price at which someone is willing to sell a security or an asset. In the stock market, the ask portion of a stock quote is the lowest price a seller is willing to accept at that time. The difference between the ask price and bid price is known as the spread.
The price at which a stock is offered for sale. In open-end shares, the price at which the purchaser may buy stock from the investment firm. In closed-end shares, the lowest price at which the stock is offered for sale in the market synonymous with offering price.
Lowest price at which a dealer is willing to sell a commodity. Assayer: Assayer is an authorized entity (person/institution) that certifies and grades the commodities that are delivered in exchange accredited warehouses.
The price at which the market is prepared to sell a specific Currency in a Foreign Exchange Contract or Cross Currency Contract. At this price, the trader can buy the base currency. In the quotation, it is shown on the right side of the quotation. For example, in the quote USD/CHF 1.4527/32, the ask price is 1.4532; meaning you can buy one US dollar for 1.4532 Swiss francs.
An ask quote represents the lowest price at which the quoted market maker or dealer is willing to sell at least 100 shares. The inside ask represents the lowest ask quote of all market makers in the quoted security, and the lowest price at which any market maker is willing to sell at least one round lot. See: Bid Price/Inside Bid Price
Ask price, also called offer price, is a price a seller of a good is willing to accept for that particular good. The term ask price is especially used in stock trading as a contrast to the term bid price. The difference between the ask price and the bid price is called the spread.