- Gray Market
- 1. An unofficial market where new issues of shares are bought and sold before they become officially available for trading on the stock exchange.
2. The sale or import of goods by unauthorized dealers.
1. Trading in gray or "when-issued" markets can provide a good indication of demand for a new issue.
In some parts of the world "gray" is spelled "grey".
2. In this case, items that were manufactured abroad and imported into a country without the consent of the trademark holder would be a gray market good.
Investment dictionary. Academic. 2012.
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gray market — n: a market employing irregular but not illegal methods; esp: a market that legally circumvents authorized channels of distribution to sell goods at prices lower than those intended by the manufacturer Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam … Law dictionary
gray market — n. a market, as for imported goods, operating outside the authorized system of distribution gray marketeer (or marketer) n. gray marketer … English World dictionary
gray market — noun singular or uncount 1. ) the business of secretly buying and selling goods in a way that is not illegal but is considered morally wrong 2. ) the activity of buying and selling company SHARES before they are officially available … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
Gray Market — Der Graue Markt (englisch grey market oder gray market ) bezeichnet einen Fluss von Gütern über Vertriebswege, die nicht vom Hersteller autorisiert sind. Anders als auf dem Schwarzmarkt sind Güter vom Grauen Markt nicht illegal. Sie werden… … Deutsch Wikipedia
gray market — gray′ mar′ket n. 1) bus a market operating within the law in which scarce goods are sold at above market prices 2) bus the selling of goods bought at a very large discount at prices substantially below the market price … From formal English to slang
gray market — noun an unofficial market in which goods are bought and sold at prices lower than the official price set by a regulatory agency • Syn: ↑grey market • Hypernyms: ↑market, ↑marketplace, ↑market place … Useful english dictionary
gray market — noun Date: 1946 a market employing irregular but not illegal methods; especially a market that legally circumvents authorized channels of distribution to sell goods at prices lower than those intended by the manufacturer … New Collegiate Dictionary
gray market — a market operating within the law but charging prices substantially below list prices or those fixed by an official agency. Cf. black market. [1945 50] * * * … Universalium
gray market — Describes the sale of securities that have not officially been issued to firms other than the underwriting syndicate. This type of market serves as a good indicator of demand for a new issue in the public market. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary … Financial and business terms
Gray market — Purchases and sales of eurobonds that occur before the issue price is finally set. The New York Times Financial Glossary … Financial and business terms