Exchange, or purchase and sale; traffic; as, a dull market; a slow market.
The privelege granted to a town of having a public market.
A specified group of potential buyers, or a region in which goods may be sold; a town, region, or country, where the demand exists; as, the under-30 market; the New Jersey market.
To deal in a market; to buy or sell; to make bargains for provisions or goods.
To expose for sale in a market; to traffic in; to sell in a market, and in an extended sense, to sell in any manner; as, most of the farmes have marketed their crops.
Occasion when people buy and sell goods.
A general term, intended to encompass the entire supply and demand structure of the iron and steel scrap business. "The Market" is in no particular place, designates no particular grade of material, and the prices of no particular quantities are intended to be conveyed. "The Market" is generally described to be thin or weak (very little business transacted, very little interest to buy), or robust or strong (considerable business anticipated, at generally high prices). In describing a specific market, the grade of scrap and the geographic trading area involved should be stated. Also, another meaning, to market means to try to sell.
The extent of demand (or potential readership) for a particular book, publication, or other product or service. Also, the geographic area, class of trade, or market segment that provides the demand, or represents potential sales for the product or service. See also AMERICAN BOOK TRADE DIRECTORY BOOK TRADE EL-HI LITERARY MARKET PLACE PUBLISHER'S WEEKLY
A region or area in which goods can be bought and sold. Generally delineated by either geography or business segment.
public place where buyers and sellers make transactions, directly or via intermediaries. Also sometimes means the stock market. see also active market, auction market, away from the market, bear market, bull market, black market, bond market, buyer's market, seller's market, capital market, spot market, close market, continuous market, contract market, cornering the market, debt market, depressed market, depth of market, domestic market, emerging market, financial market, fourth market, imperfect market, inside market, outside market, internal market, inverted market, liquid market, make a market, mark-to-market, mass market, NASDAQ Small Cap Market, normal market, open market, operationally efficient market, primary market, secondary market, secondary mortgage market, seek a market, thin market, third market, tight market, time to market, transparent market, two-sided market, weak market, wide market, Yankee bond market.
A place or condition suitable for selling and buying.
A context in which goods are bought and sold, not necessarily confined to a particular geographic location.
a collection of homogeneous transactions. A market is created whenever potential sellers of a good or service are brought into contact with potential buyers and a means of exchange is available; the medium of exchange may be money or barter. materials
a demand for a commodity or service
the place in which or the arrangement by which goods and services are bought and sold
A place where goods may be bought or sold, established in a village or town with the authorization of a king or lord. This noble extends his protection to the market for a fee, and allows its merchants various economic and judicial privileges. (MEDIEV-L. Medieval Terms) Related terms: Fair
The existing or potential buyers for specific goods or services.
A trading institution held weekly. At most places in medieval England and Wales a market was held on a set day, once a week. The larger towns had several markets on several days a week.
A specific asset, security or commodity that is traded at an exchange.
The interaction between supply and demand to determine the market price and corresponding quantity bought and sold. The determination of economic allocations by decentralized, voluntary interactions among those who wish to buy and sell, responding to freely determined market prices.
the total demand for a good; the set of all actual and potential buyers of a good or service; the place where people buy and sell; the process by which buyers and sellers of goods, services and factors of production interact to determine prices and quantifies.
Any situation or location in which buyers and sellers interact and make exchanges; a time and place specified by a town for the sale of goods, mostly foodstuffs.
An environment in which the buying and selling of goods and/or services takes place, price being the result of the free play of demand and supply, and in which there are many buyers and seller.
A public place where buyers and sellers make transaction, directly or via intermediaries. Also sometimes means the stock market.
(1) The prices at which a security can actually be bought and/or sold. (2) A locale where a security is known to be traded.
A place where buyers and sellers meet to trade.
the set of actual and potential buyers of a product.
Any setting in which exchange occurs between buyers and sellers.
the total of all the existing and potential buyers of a good or service.
The market is the buyers that are around at the time a property is for sale.
A place or service that enables buyers and sellers to exchange goods and services.
an arrangement by which economic exchanges between people take place.
A network of buyers and sellers exchanging goods and services.
A place, institution or technological arrangement by means of which goods and services are bought and sold. View LEI Lesson(s) that address this term
the world of commercial activity where goods and services are bought and sold; "without competition there would be no market"; "they were driven from the marketplace"
buy household supplies; "We go marketing every Saturday"
a collection of buyers and sellers willing to exchange a product
a collection of people who actually or potentially want or need a product, and are able to exchange in order to acquire it
a demand, is what people wants to buy
a forum for buying and selling
a great advantage for a company that has to respond in an immediate way to consumer changes,can produce smaller lots, and meet flexibility demands
a great example as a mechanism for determining price based on demand
a group of current or potential buyers or end users who share common needs
a group of customers who reference each other when making buying decisions
a mechanism for bringing together buyers and sellers so that they can exchange goods and services
a method of exchanging goods and services between buyers and sellers
a MultiAgentSystem , since we can talk about it in terms of many similar buyers and sellers interacting according to relatively simple rules
an abstraction and it generally represents the construct of an environment which enables an exchange (transaction)
an area where prospective buyers and sellers of a commodity are in contact
an arrangement through which exchange of goods and services between people take place
an arrangement through which exchanges of goods or services between people take place
a network of interactions and relationships where information, knowledge, products, services and payments are exchanged
an improved supply and demand
an intense competitive arena, and the inventory of good properties is not infinite
an open exchange among buyers and sellers in which both parties are acting out of perceived self-interest and with equal bargaining positions
a particular group of buyers
a place in which goods or services are traded (Thompson et al
a place or, more generally, a space, in which goods or services are traded
a place or situation where a buyer and seller communicate with each other and undertake an exchange, although the do not need to meet in person
a place where buyers and sellers congregate and exchange goods
a place where demands are made and then met through supply
a place where goods are displayed and offered for sale
a place where man takes part in the barter and exchange of merchandise
a place where suppliers and demanders meet to conduct an exchange
a place where things are bought and sold
a place where you go to sell and where you go to buy
a public place where buyers and sellers make agreements to exchange goods or services for payment
a response to offer and demand, a desire and a buying power
a set of arrangements in which buyers and sellers are brought together through the price mechanism
a simple form of organization to bring together buyers and sellers at a particular place and specific time for purchase or exchange of goods
a social institution where buyers and sellers freely exchange goods and services for money
a something that happens when people exchange goods and services
a specified category of potential buyers
a system of exchange in which goods and services are bought and sold at going prices
a vibrant and positive event for any community, and has great potential for socialization as well as promoting local raw goods and local value added products, helping to stimulate the local economy and entrepreneurship
An arrangement wherein buyers and sellers can exchange resources, goods, and services. A market may be a physical place such as a store or an auction gallery, or it may occur through other arrangements such as a telephone and Internet transactions; a market is said to exist whenever or wherever a buyer and seller enter into an exchange.
A group of firms and individuals in touch with each other in order to buy or sell some good.
Any arrangement that brings buyers and sellers together and enables them to get information and do business with each other. (p. 46)
A destination's market encompasses all of its current and potential visitors and tourists.
All the existing and potential purchasers of a service. The market may be industrial, governmental, institutional or consumer, or any combination thereof.
A mechanism for exchange between the buyers and sellers of a particular good or service.
The set of actual of potential users/customers. (Kotler)
Any arrangement that facilitates the buying and selling of a good, service, factor of production or future commitment.
Prospective buyers, individuals or organizations, willing and able to purchase the organizationâ€(tm)s potential offering.
A group of potential customers with the authority and the ability to purchase a particular product or service that satisfies their collective demand.
Potential source of funds, members, or clients (individuals and organisations).
The place where buyers and sellers meet to exchange goods and services. It also represents the actual or potential demand for a product or service.
A communications medium that facilitates the purchase and sale of a particular category of securities, such as stocks or bonds. Traditionally, this has been a building or particular location (called an "exchange") where people meet to buy and sell such securities, but advances in modern technology have eliminated the necessity for face-to-face contact, and a "market" can now be the collection of telephones and computer terminals used to trade securities.
A Market (the noun) is a group of consumers for your product. It can be identified in the broad sense or segmented into smaller parts, such as "baby boomers," students, and financial services companies. Basically, a market is any group of buyers who can be identified by a set of traits or characteristics that influence their buying decisions.
The verb "to market" refers to a discipline applied to identifying, targeting, and reaching customers with the intent of selling a product or services. One of the most common misconceptions of a technologist with no formal business training is to use the words "marketing" and "selling" synonymously. In reality, the marketing organization tells the sales organization who to sell to. For example, marketing defines an advertisement and determines what publications to place it in to reach the intended audience (market). When someone calls the number in the advertisement, a sales person answers the telephone.
Traditionally, a securities market has been a place-such as the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) — where securities are bought and sold. But in the age of electronic trading, the term market is also used to describe the organized activity of buying and selling securities, even if those transactions do not occur at a specific location.
The place in which buyers and sellers interact.
The process through which buyers and sellers exchange with one another
Traditionally, a securities market has been a place - such as the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) - where securities are brought and sold.
A geographical area and/ or specific category of potential buyers (or sellers).
A place or mechanism where buyers and sellers can communicate and complete an exchange for goods or services if they agree on the price and terms and conditions of sale. Market places can be a local shop, an international place, Trade Me via the internet, etc.
A place where transactions are undertaken including the London Stock Exchange, AIM and PLUS. All exchanges are markets.
Exchange activities between buyers and sellers of goods and services.
customer demand for products and services
(noun) The collective set of presumed or actual buyers or users of a product, process, or finding.(verb) The process by which a manufacturer or distributor brings a product to the attention of potential buyers and makes it available to them.
Is an order to buy or sell an instrument at the prevailing price (bids and offers). In the case of a buy order it means taking the offers whereas for a sell order it means hitting the bids.
A place where buyers and sellers come together to carry out dealings. For Stock Exchange dealings this is no longer a physical floor but a network of screens on which prices are quoted. Deals can be done either by telephone or computer.
A market is created, according to demand, by the prices offered for each runner by bookmakers at the course.
The arena in which buyers and sellers meet to exchange items of value. A physical market in which traders haggle for the best price is one of the basic concepts of trade. The absence of a physical market for some goods is usually seen as one of the major sources of economic inefficiency. An organized gathering in which trading in securities, commodities, currencies, etc., takes place. The demand for a particular product or service, often measured by sales during a specified period.
The area within which buyers and sellers interact to effect economic exchanges. The estimated or realized demand for a good or service may also be referred to as its "market." See also: Demand, Distribution, Market Economy, Monopoly, Production, Purchasing Power, Supply, Trade Fair
A network in which buyers and sellers interact to exchange goods and services for money.
A group of properties that would be alternatively competitive to a given typical buyer.
a place set aside to receive caravans, artisans and farmers who come to sell on particular days; any stalls should be of a temporary nature and not designed as stores or shops.
A market is the means through which buyers and sellers are brought together to aid in the transfer of goods and/or services. A market need not have a physical location, does not necessarily own goods/services involved, and, finally, can deal in any variety of goods/services (i.e., capital markets deal in stocks, bonds, etc.).
The institutions and interactions of buyers and sellers of a particular good or service with the purpose of facilitating trade.
People with the desire and ability to buy a specific product or service.
Any of the following: meeting together of people for the purpose of trade by private purchase and sale. The course of commercial activity by which the exchange of commodities is effected; extent of demand. A geographical area of demand for commodities or services, e.g. the foreign market for consulting services. The available supply of or potential demand for specified goods or services, e.g. the labor market. The area of economic activity in which buyer s and seller s come together and the forces of supply and demand affect price [D02988] Webster
A setting in which buyers and sellers establish prices for identical or very similar products, and exchange goods or services.
Institution where sellers and buyers meet.
A place where goods can be bought and sold and a price established.
A setting where buyers and sellers establish prices for identical or very similar products, and exchange goods and/or services.
Any interaction of buying and selling interest for goods or services; a locality in which the determination of quotations or prices of actual transactions in goods and services is established
trade or traffic in a particular good or service; place where goods or services are bought and sold
the activity of buying and selling goods and services
A place where raw materials and goods are sold.
A public place where goods and services are traded, purchased and sold.
Place or area where items may be bought and sold. Groups of potential purchasers who might buy an item.
any place where people buy and sell goods and services. Buyers and sellers establish the price of similar goods and services. A physical place where people can go is a shopping mall. The Internet offers a different kind of market.
Typically a place (may or may not exist in the physical sense) where goods and assets are bought and sold. New issues are made available in the primary market; securities that are already outstanding and owned by investors are bought and sold through the secondary market. Securities with maturity of one year or less normally trade in the money market. Those with a higher maturity are bought and sold in the capital market. Needless to say, the classification system has many variations.
An area or arena where commercial dealings take place, or demand for a particular product or service.
The process by which buyers and sellers interact, which sets the prices for goods and services.
Description of any organisation or facility through which items are traded. All exchanges are markets.
1. The place where buyers and sellers meet to exchange goods for money or for other goods at a price that is arrived at through an implied auction in which buyers and sellers negotiate price. 2. The demand, actual or potential, for a product or service.
where products are sold and exchanged
(1) the actual and/or potential buyers of a product or service; (2) a place where exchanges between buyers and sellers occur.
Where products are bought and sold
In the list world, each list is a market. All potential buyers that can be reached by mail are the market.
the interface of buyers and sellers that influences the price of a good or service
Total of all individuals or organizations that represent potential buyers.
1. Typically refers to the equity market where stocks are traded, but can also refer to the bond, options, or commodity market. 2. People with the desire and ability to buy a specific product.
the aggregate demand of potential product buyers who have the purchasing power w”ƒŽÒ‘w
A set of buyers and sellers exchanging products. Prices tend to equalize through ongoing exchanges between buyers and sellers. Markets include institutional markets, government markets, industrial markets, and consumer markets. See: consumer market, government market, industrial market, institutional market.
A group of people who buy or sell things
A market is any arrangement that enables buyers and sellers to get information and to do business with each other. A market is a place where trade occurs.
1: The overall security markets, also called "marketplace", or the New York Stock Exchange in particular. See: New York Stock Exchange; Street 2: Short for "market value"--the value of an asset based on the price it would command on the open market. It is usually set by the market price at which comparable assets have recently been bought or sold. See: Asset; Market Price
the portion of the demand which is accessible to a service of a particular type regardless of the operator. MARKET SHARE is the portion of the market that a particular service operator captures.
The physical location where buyers and sellers meet to facilitate transactions. Also refers to the public interest in a security (e.g. the "market" for a particular security).
A public place where the buying and selling of allotypes of bonds, stocks and other securities takes place. A stock exchange is a market. The four major stock exchanges in Canada are the Toronto Stock Exchange, the Montreal Stock Exchange,the Vancouver Stock Exchange and the Alberta Stock Exchange
A market is a social arrangement that allows buyers and sellers to discover information and carry out a voluntary exchange of goods or services. It is one of the two key institutions that organize trade, along with the right to own property. Allowing markets to arrive at a pareto efficient outcome is one of the key components of capitalism.