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        Offer

Price at which you can expect to pay for taking a long position

Indicates a willingness to sell at a given price. Related: bid

In the stock market, offer means that a seller is willing to sell a share at a given price.In contract law, an offer is one half of the contract equation, the other being "acceptance". Once an offer is accepted, whether verbally or in writing, both buyer and seller are bound by an agreement, provided that "consideration" has been provided. Contracts for the sale of land have to be in writing.

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Offer - Price at which you can expect to pay for taking a long position

Indicates a willingness to sell at a given price. Related: bid

In the stock market, offer means that a seller is willing to sell a share at a given price.In contract law, an offer is one half of the contract equation, the other being "acceptance". Once an offer is accepted, whether verbally or in writing, both buyer and seller are bound by an agreement, provided that "consideration" has been provided. Contracts for the sale of land have to be in writing.


Offer : price at which you can expect to pay for taking a long position

indicates a willingness to sell at a given price. related: bid

in the stock market, offer means that a seller is willing to sell a share at a given price.in contract law, an offer is one half of the contract equation, the other being "acceptance". once an offer is accepted, whether verbally or in writing, both buyer and seller are bound by an agreement, provided that "consideration" has been provided. contracts for the sale of land have to be in writing.