A regular gathering of people for the purchase and sale of provisions, livestock, and other commodities
there's no market for such expensive goods
(Of a transaction, etc.) that takes place on the financial market or stock exchange.
A market for goods, products, etc., in the country or region in which they are produced.
The availability of employment and labour, in terms of supply and demand; the market for jobs.
An important market for stocks, shares, commodities, or other goods; specifically the premier market on which a listing can be secured on the London Stock Exchange.
A bell rung to announce the opening or closing of trading in a market.
A boat used for transporting produce to market.
Fish, especially cod, of a marketable size.
Economics. That resembles or imitates the actions of the market.
A man who buys or sells in a market.
The price currently asked for a commodity or service in a particular market.
(Of a girl) ready for marriage.
The risk that an investment will make a loss; an estimation of the extent of this risk.
To subject (a product or service) to market testing.
Stock Market. Designating a price of a share or stock intermediate between the buying price and the selling price (being the price usually quoted in published lists).
Designating a rate, price, etc., set at a level close to (but usually slightly lower than) that charged on the open market; resembling that set by the market.
That does not involve a market; (in later use) specifically that does not involve trade or commercial activity.
A market held for the sale of pigs; a place where such a market is held.
A market where pottery is sold.
A market selling rags; (now also) a market selling various second-hand articles, a flea market.
A market in which share prices are falling, encouraging selling
A market in which share prices are rising, encouraging buying
A market where fish is sold
A street market selling second-hand goods
An economic system in which prices are determined by unrestricted competition between privately owned businesses
An unofficial market in goods that have not been obtained from an official supplier
A market for selling shares not dealt with on the normal stock exchange, or for dealing after hours
Short for market capitalization.
A day on which a market is regularly held
Determined by the needs and wishes of consumers
The amount of rent that can be expected for the use of a property, in comparison with similar properties in the same area
(In the UK) a town of moderate size where a regular market is held
The market for goods that are produced in large quantities
A meeting place such as a bar or club for people seeking casual sexual partners
A small supermarket or convenience store
Denoting or relating to a securities deal not made on a recognized stock exchange
An unrestricted market with free access by and competition of buyers and sellers
(Originally) a person who sells produce on a market; (later also) a person who or business which buys and sells goods.
Motivated by the needs and wishes of consumers.
English regional (chiefly northern), tipsy, slightly the worse for drink; compare market-merry.
(A part of) a building in which a market is held; a small building erected in a marketplace for the use of market traders.
A person who hunts game commercially.
A publication giving information on the state of a financial market, advice on investments, etc.
Stock Market. The work of a market-maker; the practice of having trading conducted by market-makers.
A woman stallholder.
An official, especially a municipal officer, who administers a town's market.
A direction given to a broker or dealer to buy or (usually) to sell a security, commodity, etc., immediately at the market price.
A public, open, and legal market; the principles regulating the sale of goods in such a market.