Bidding through the market
The financial definition for Bidding through the market:
In the context of general equities, aggressive willingness to purchase a security at a premium to the inside market. Contrast with bidding buyer.
Bidding buyerBidding buyer
In the context of general equities, a nonaggressive buyer who prefers to await a natural seller in the hope of paying a lower price.
Bidding upBidding up
Moving the bid price higher.
Competitive biddingCompetitive bidding
A securities offering process in which securities firms submit competing bids to the issuer for the securities the issuer wishes to sell.
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