market

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الإنجليزية - التركية
piyasa

Bunlar piyasadaki en iyi çantalar. - These are the best bags on the market.

Onlar altın piyasasını kontrol altına almaya çalıştılar. - They tried to take control of the gold market.

{i} çarşı

Çarşıdaki bir arkadaş, sandıktaki paradan daha iyidir. - A friend in the market is better than money in the chest.

pazar

Kahve için büyük bir pazar var. - There is a big market for coffee.

O, pazarlama bölümü yöneticisidir. - He is the manager of the marketing department.

{f} satmak

O, satmak için sığır besler. - He breeds cattle for market.

{i} borsa

New York'ta Ekim 1987 borsa krizi hâlâ etkili bir şekilde hatırlanmaktadır. - The stock market crash of October 1987 in New York is still vividly remembered.

Borsada yatırım yaparak bir vurgun yaptı. - He made a killing by investing in the stock market.

(Ticaret) alışveriş etmek
(Ticaret) alışveriş

Alışverişe kim gider? - Who goes to the market?

Çocuklar için alışveriş yapmıyoruz. - We don't market to children.

istek
pazarlamak

Noel yeni oyuncaklar pazarlamak için iyi bir zamandır. - Christmas is a good time to market new toys.

alışveriş yapmak
satışa çıkarmak
talep
{f} pazarla

İthalatlar için pazarlar geliştirmek için epeyce çaba sarfedilmektedir. - Many efforts have been make to develop market for imports.

İhracat pazarlarında rekabet gücünün güçlendirilmesi acil bir ihtiyaçtır. - The strengthening of competitiveness on export markets is an urgent need.

pazar,v.pazarla: n.pazar
market town içinde pazar kurulan ka
{f} çarşıda alışveriş etmek
market place pazar yeri
market garden bostan market order komisyoncuya verilen piyasa fiyatına satma veya alma siparişi
{i} panayır
market day pazarın kurulduğu gün
piyasa market basket pazar sepeti
{i} for -e talep, -e rağbet
(Ticaret) tüm sektör
markete
marketing
pazarlama

O pazarlama bölümünün müdürü. - He's the manager of the marketing department.

O, pazarlamada çalışır. - She works in marketing.

market for
-e rağbet
market for
-e talep
market maker
(Ticaret) piyasa düzenleyicisi
market maker
(Ticaret) piyasa yapıcılığı
market stall
salaş
market analysis
piyasa araştırması
market analysis
piyasa analizi
market analyst
piyasa analizi
market condition
piyasa konjonktürü
market day
çarşı günü
market day
pazar günü
market demand
pazar talebi
market demand
piyasa talebi
market economy
pazar ekonomisi
market economy
piyasa ekonomisi
market fluctuation
piyasa dalgalanması
market garden
bostan
market investigation
piyasa araştırması
market investigation
pazar araştırması
market leaders
piyasada rağbet gören ürünler
market letter
borsa cetveli
market maker
pazar düzenleyicisi
market order
pazar emri
market order
piyasa emri
market oriented
pazara dönük
market oriented
pazara yönelik
market place
pazar yeri
market place
pazaryeri
market price
piyasa fiyatı
market profit
ticari kâr
market quotation
piyasa rayici
market rate of interest
piyasa faiz oranı
market report
piyasa raporu
market research
piyasa araştırması
market researcher
piyasa araştırmacısı
market rigging
piyasa oyunu
market share
piyasa payı
market strategist
piyasa strateji uzmanı
market study
piyasa etüdü
market study
piyasa araştırması
market survey
piyasa anketi
market town
belirli günlerde pazar kurulan kasaba
market town
pazar kurulan kasaba
market value
piyasa değeri
Market research
Pazar araştırması
market business
pazar iş
market capitalisation
piyasa kapitalizasyonu
market clearing
pazar takas
market development
pazar geliştirme
market distress
(Finans) Pazar sıkıntısı
market driven economy
Pazar güdümlü ekonomi
market effectiveness
(Finans) piyasa etkinliği, pazar etkinliği
market failure
piyasa başarısızlığı
market fundamentalism
serbest piyasa ekonomisi
market niche
piyasa talebi
market position
pazardaki konumunu
market share
pazar payı

Bu, pazar payımızı artırmak için büyük bir fırsat. - This is a great opportunity to increase our market share.

market shares
pazar payları
market stall
Pazar tezgahı
market study
piyasa araştırması, piyasa etüdü
market targeting
pazar hedefleme
market territory
Pazar sahası, pazar/piyasa alanı, pazar bölgesi, pazar hakimiyet bölgesi/alanı

Each of our stores has it's own market territory.

market test
piyasa testi
market trends
piyasa trendleri
market uptake
pazar alımı
market-based
Piyasa tabanlı
market-driven
Pazar odaklı
market-friendly
pazar dostu
market-led
pazar liderliğindeki
market face
kerestenin esas yüzü
market opportunity
pazar fırsatı
market term
(Ticaret) çok kısa dönem
marketing
{i} alışveriş

Doğrudan pazarlama insanların evden alışveriş yapmasını sağlayan bir yoldur. - Direct marketing is a means of allowing people to shop from home.

market segment
(Ticaret) pazar segmenti
marketing
(Ticaret) piyasaya sunma
marketing
(Ticaret) marketing
marketing
pazarlayarak
marketed
{f} pazarla
marketing
{f} piyasaya sun
marketed
pazarlanan
marketed
pazarlanmaya
marketing
{f} pazarla

Bir pazarlama planı geliştirmemiz gerek. - We need to develop a marketing plan.

Pazarlama hakkında bir şey bilmiyorum. - I don't know anything about marketing.

markets
marketler

İki tane yüzme havuzu, çeşitli sinemalar, marketler, mağazalar, her şey vardır. - There are two swimming pools, several cinemas, markets, shops, everything.

marketer
pazarlayıcı
marketing
(Askeri) PAZARLAMA: Malın piyasaya arzı, tevzii veya satışı
marketing
çarşıdan öteberi alma
marketing
{f} pazarla: prep.pazarlayarak
marketing
alışveriş yap/pazarla
marketing
{i} alışveriş yapma

Doğrudan pazarlama insanların evden alışveriş yapmasını sağlayan bir yoldur. - Direct marketing is a means of allowing people to shop from home.

التركية - التركية
Özellikle her türlü yiyecek maddesinin, ev, büro, mağaza vb. yerlere ait gereçlerin satıldığı dükkân
MARKETİNG
(Hukuk) Pazarlama
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A formally organized, sometimes monopolistic, system of trading in specified goods or effects

The stock market ceased to be monopolized by the paper-shuffling national stock exchanges with the advent of Internet markets.

Relating to a (commercial) market

We waited to hear the latest market results.

City square or other fairly spacious site where traders set up stalls and buyers browse the merchandise

We're going to the market to get some fresh vegetables and fruits.

A group of potential customers for one's product

We believe that the market for the new widget is the older homeowner.

To sell

We marketed more this quarter already then all last year!.

To make (products or services) available for sale and promote them

We plan to market an ecology model by next quarter.

An organised, often periodic, trading event at such site

Definition used by famous economist of the Austrian school, Ludwig Von Mises, in his book .

The sum total traded in a process of individuals trading for certain commodities
A geographical area where a certain commercial demand exist

Foreign markets were lost as our currency rose versus their valuta.

{n} a place and time of sale, rate, price
{v} to deal at market, purchase, bargain
City square or other place where traders set up stalls and buyers browse the merchandise
Usually refers to the equity market ``The market wend down today'' meaning that the value of the stock market dropped that day
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"
trade or traffic in a particular good or service; place where goods or services are bought and sold
by private purchase and sale, and not by auction; as, a market is held in the town every week
An opportunity for selling anything; demand, as shown by price offered or obtainable; a town, region, or country, where the demand exists; as, to find a market for one's wares; there is no market for woolen cloths in that region; India is a market for English goods
If you price yourself out of the market, you try to sell goods or services at a higher price than other people, with the result that no one buys them from you. At £150,000 for a season, he really is pricing himself out of the market. Means by which buyers and sellers are brought into contact with each other and goods and services are exchanged. The term originally referred to a place where products were bought and sold; today a market is any arena, however abstract or far-reaching, in which buyers and sellers make transactions. The commodity exchanges in London and New York, for example, are international markets in which dealers communicate by telephone and computer links as well as through direct contact. Markets trade not only in tangible commodities such as grain and livestock but also in financial instruments such as securities and currencies. Classical economists developed the theory of perfect competition, in which they imagined free markets as places where large numbers of buyers and sellers communicated easily with each other and traded in commodities that were readily transferable; prices in such markets were determined only by supply and demand. Since the 1930s, economists have focused more often on the theory of imperfect competition, in which supply and demand are not the only factors that influence the operations of the market. In imperfect competition the number of sellers or buyers is limited, rival products are differentiated (by design, quality, brand name, etc.), and various obstacles hinder new producers' entry into the market. free market economy bear market black market bull market market research money market open market operation over the counter market stock market Stock Market Crash of 1929 the Common Market direct mail marketing marketing board
the total of all the existing and potential buyers of a good or service
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
Group of customers that possibly want to buy ones product
a marketplace where groceries are sold; "the grocery store included a meat market"
A network in which buyers and sellers interact to exchange goods and services for money
Domestic Market – Service within and between the 50 U S States, the District of Columbia and U S territories such as Puerto Rico, Guam etc International Market – Service outside the 50 States of the U S and the District of Columbia It currently includes service to the U S territory of the Virgin Islands Trans Atlantic – Service to Europe, Middle East, Africa, and other locations by way of the Atlantic Trans Pacific – Service to Asia/Australia, the Pacific Islands and other locations by way of the Pacific Latin America – Service to Central and South America (excluding Mexico) and the Caribbean (Includes foreign Caribbean nations and also the U S territory of the Virgin Islands ) Canada/Mexico – All Canadian provinces/all of Mexico
{f} sell; buy at a market; sell in a market; trade or deal at a market; develop a strategy for the sales of a certain product
A meeting together of people, at a stated time and place, for the purpose of traffic as in cattle, provisions, wares, etc
The market refers to the total amount of a product that is sold each year, especially when you are talking about the competition between the companies who sell that product. The two big companies control 72% of the market
The term for the exchange where electricity is bought and sold There are formal markets for electricity, such as the market operated by the Independent System Operator for power sales into California Formal markets have specific procedures for bidding, contract length and other sales elements There also are informal markets, in which power is bought and sold over the telephone or on the Internet Informal markets do not have set procedures and allow for whatever agreements can be arranged between sellers and buyers The California/Oregon Border and Mid-Columbia power price indexes are reports of average prices for power sold in these informal market transactions
buy household supplies; "We go marketing every Saturday"
The sum total of trades in a process of individuals trading for certain commodities
Usually refers to the equity market "The market went down today" means that the value of the stock market dropped that day
If something is on the market, it is available for people to buy. If it comes onto the market, it becomes available for people to buy. putting more empty offices on the market. new medicines that have just come onto the market
- The prospective customers for a given product or service
the securities markets in the aggregate; "the market always frustrates the small investor"
A region or area in which goods can be bought and sold Generally delineated by either geography or business segment
To market a product means to organize its sale, by deciding on its price, where it should be sold, and how it should be advertised. if you marketed our music the way you market pop music if a soap is marketed as an anti-acne product
make commercial; "Some Amish people have commercialized their way of life"
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 group of people who have needs to satisfy and the ability to pay (purchasing power)
The job market or the labour market refers to the people who are looking for work and the jobs available for them to do. Every year, 250,000 people enter the job market. the changes in the labour market during the 1980s
A place where products and services and their competitive substitutes are brought and sold, an opportunity to sell, or the demand for goods and services
Place or network where trading takes place
If you say that it is a buyer's market, you mean that it is a good time to buy a particular thing, because there is a lot of it available, so its price is low. If you say that it is a seller's market, you mean that very little of it is available, so its price is high. Don't be afraid to haggle: for the moment, it's a buyer's market
deal in a market
If you are in the market for something, you are interested in buying it. If you're in the market for a new radio, you'll see that the latest models are very different
{i} place where people gather to buy and sell; store for the sale of food; bazaar; fair; demand for goods or services (Economics); rate of purchase and sale (Economics)
The market for a particular type of thing is the number of people who want to buy it, or the area of the world in which it is sold. The foreign market was increasingly crucial. the Russian market for personal computers
means the labour market The reference or comparator markets are large employers in the greater Montreal area, the public and University sectors in Quebec, and the Canadian not-for-profit sector
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
The privelege granted to a town of having a public market
Consists of all people and/or organizations who desire (or potentially desire) a good or service, have sufficient resources to make a purchase, and the willingness and ability to buy
The stock market is sometimes referred to as the market. The market collapsed last October. see also black market, market forces, open market
A public place (as an open space in a town) or a large building, where a market is held; a market place or market house; esp
A market is a place where goods are bought and sold, usually outdoors. He sold boots on a market stall
the customers for a particular product or service; "before they publish any book they try to determine the size of the market for it"
Hence: Value; worth
The price for which a thing is sold in a market; market price
Exchange, or purchase and sale; traffic; as, a dull market; a slow market
A group of buyers and sellers of a particular good or service (pg 4)
[1] the potential readership for a title [2] the territories of the world in which a title may be contractually sold
Place where products or services are bought and sold, or a group of people engaging in such activities, but is often used to describe just about anything associated with the stock market or investing in securities Also describes the act of creating liquidity in a security or "making a market," the activity of buying and selling securities from a broker dealer’s account in order to facilitate a market for others
engage in the commercial promotion, sale, or distribution of; "The company is marketing its new line of beauty products"
Usually refers to the equity market "The market went down today" meaning that the value of the stock marketdropped that day
If you talk about a market economy, or the market price of something, you are referring to an economic system in which the prices of things depend on how many are available and how many people want to buy them, rather than prices being fixed by governments. Their ultimate aim was a market economy for Hungary He must sell the house for the current market value. the market price of cocoa
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 Markets allocate resources and goods and services
A group of customers or potential purchasers who represent sufficient profit or public relations potential as to be attractive to the marketer, and who as a group can be identified and reached with a tailored marketing mix
the place in which or the arrangement by which goods and services are bought and sold
An aggregate of people who, as individuals or as organisations, have a need for certain products and the ability, willingness and authority to purchase such products p 204
buy household supplies; "We go marketing every Saturday
The rating services divide the country into markets made up of counties whose audience is dominated by a group of stations The market name comes from the cities that the major stations are licensed from
market anarchy
A form of social organization where individuals are politically free
market anarchy
A form of social organization where individuals are free to trade for any commodity, including those usually reserved to the state
market basket
A list of items used specifically to track the progress of inflation in an economy or specific market
market bell
A bell rung to give notice that buying and selling in a market may begin
market capitalization
The total market value of the equity in a publicly traded entity
market capitalizations
plural form of market capitalization
market day
the day of the week in which a market is held in some particular location
market discipline
The forces in a free market which tend to control and limit the riskiness of a financial institution's investment and lending activities, such as the concern of depositors for the safety of their deposits and the concern of bank investors for the safety and soundness of their institutions
market economy
An economy in which goods and services are exchanged in a free market, as opposed to a state-controlled or socialist economy; a capitalistic economy
market foreclosure
(Can we clean up() this sense?) The use or result of commercial practices by one market participant or a group of market participants (possibly with governmental assistance) that limit the access of buyers and sellers to each other
market foreclosures
plural form of market foreclosure
market garden
A garden in which vegetables are raised for market
market gardening
The relatively small-scale growing of vegetables for market
market jitters
Feelings of uncertainty among investors regarding the current economic environment and causing them to sell their stocks and bonds
market maker
A person or company who undertakes to quote at all times both a buy and a sell price for a financial instrument
market opening
The beginning of formal trading on an exchange, usually signalled by the opening bell
market price
The price at which a product, financial instrument, service or other tradable item can be bought and sold at an open market; the going price

The actual price at which any commodity is commonly sold is called its market price. It may either be above, or below, or exactly the same with its natural price.

market price
On restaurant menus, used to mean the price charged depends on the price of supplies, which may vary
market prices
plural form of market price
market research
The systematic collection and evaluation of data regarding customers' preferences for actual and potential products and services
market risk
The risk that the value of an investment will decrease due to moves in market factors
market risk
Systematic risk
market share
Percentage of some market held by a company

They have increased their market share.

market square
An open area in a town housing a public market, often on just one day per week; a marketplace
market squares
plural form of market square
market town
a town that has a traditional right to hold a regular market
market value
The price which a seller or insurer might reasonably expect to fetch for goods, services or securities on the open market
market values
plural form of market value
market-garden
A garden used for growing vegetables and then selling them

Descending a narrow tree-lined lane the carriage passed into a leisurely winding road, bounded by market-gardens and the River Val.

market-oriented
market-orientated
market-oriented
market-driven
market-research
Attributive form of market research

market-research expert.

market clearing
a simplifying assumption made by the new classical school that markets always go to where the quantity supplied equals the quantity demanded; or
market clearing
the process of getting there via price adjustment
market coverage
(Pazarlama) Estimated number of the potential customers it is possible to reach through a an advertising medium or a promotional campaign
market equilibrium
(Ekonomi) In economics, economic equilibrium is simply a state of the world where economic forces are balanced and in the absence of external influences the (equilibrium) values of economic variables will not change. It is the point at which quantity demanded and quantity supplied are equal. Market equilibrium, for example, refers to a condition where a market price is established through competition such that the amount of goods or services sought by buyers is equal to the amount of goods or services produced by sellers. This price is often called the equilibrium price or market clearing price and will tend not to change unless demand or supply change
market exchange
(Finans) the trading of goods and services through the use of currency
market failure
The inability of private markets to produce certain goods and services
market failure
Market failure is a term used by economists to describe the condition where the allocation of goods and services by a market is not efficient. The first known use of the term by economists was in 1958, but the concept has been traced back to the Victorian philosopher Henry Sidgwick. The belief that markets can fail is a common mainstream justification for government intervention in free markets. Economists, especially microeconomists, use many different models and theorems to analyze the causes of market failure, and possible means to correct such a failure when it occurs. Such analysis plays an important role in many types of public policy decisions and studies. However, not all economists believe that market failures occur, or that they are compelling arguments for government intervention, due to government failure
market overhang
A concept in marketing
market penetration
The extent to which a product is recognized and bought by customers in a particular market
market penetration
Market penetration is one of the four growth strategies as defined by Ansoff. Market penetration occurs when a company enters/penetrates a market with current products. The best way to achieve this is by gaining competitors' customers (part of their market share). Other ways include attracting non-users of your product or convincing current clients to use more of your product/service (by advertising etc)
market power
(Ekonomi) The ability of a single/group of buyers or sellers to dominate a market
market reach
(Pazarlama) Estimated number of the potential customers it is possible to reach through a an advertising medium or a promotional campaign
market segmentation
The segregation of a market into groups with common features. Includes; industrial or consumer markets; geographical, socio-economic, behavioural, psycho-graphic and life-style
market share
The percentage of sales in a market that a company or product has
market targeting
(Pazarlama) The selection of a particular market segment toward which all marketing effort is directed. Market targeting enables the characteristics of the chosen segment to be taken into account when formulating a product or service and its advertising
market analysis
the process or act of gathering and analyzing information pertaining to the marketing of goods or services
market analysis
Part of a business plan that includes an examination of all aspects of the business's potential sales area, including customers, competition, and economic conditions
market analysis
Studying who purchases a product, the reason for the purchase and the purchaser's reaction to changes in quality and price
market analysis
Systematic investigation of the growth and the composition of a market
market analysis
Research of the supply and demand condition of the real estate market and specific properties in a specific area to discover future trends
market analyst
an analyst of conditions affecting a market (especially the stock market)
market basket analysis
-Studying what items consumers often purchase together to improve cross promotion, in-store layouts and displays, and promotional strategies
market basket analysis
The study of buying behavior of individual customers See also Data warehouse
market basket analysis
The study of buying behavior of individual customers (11)
market cap
Equals the company's market capitalization Example: A company has 20 million shares, and the company's shares are selling for $20; the market cap is $400 million
market cap
The value of the company calculated by multiplying the number of shares of the company that are outstanding by an assigned value per share For public companies that value per share is the traded price of the stock For private companies, the value per share used to calculate the market cap may be the price per share paid by new investors in the most recent round of financing
market cap
This is the company's market capitalization If a company has 10 million shares and the company shares are selling for $10, the market cap is $100 million
market capitalisation
The total number of shares on issues multiplied by their market price
market capitalisation
The monetary value of the all outstanding shares, which is calculated by multiplying the number of shares by the current market price
market capitalisation
an estimation of the value of a business that is obtained by multiplying the number of shares outstanding by the current price of a share
market capitalisation
the stock market's assessment of a company's value Calculated by multiplying the number of shares on issue by the individual share price
market capitalization
The total dollar value of all outstanding shares of a company
market capitalization
an estimation of the value of a business that is obtained by multiplying the number of shares outstanding by the current price of a share
market capitalization
The total dollar value of all outstanding shares Computed as shares times current market price It is a measure of corporate size
market capitalization
The stock market value of a company, calculated by multiplying the total number of shares outstanding by the market price of a share
market capitalization
Value of a company as measured by the total dollar value of its common shares outstanding, i e stock price multiplied by number of shares outstanding
market capitalization
The total value of a company's stock
market capitalization
Multiply the number of your company's outstanding shares by the current price per share to determine the value of your company Also known as Market Valuation
market capitalization
The dollar value placed on a company by the market, calculated by multiplying the total number of shares outstanding by the current share price
market capitalization
(Market Cap ) the price of a stock multiplied by the number of common shares outstanding
market capitalization
The market value of all the stock in a company This equals the price per share, multiplied by the number of shares outstanding
market day
day on which commercial trading takes place
market day
the day in the week when there is a market in a particular town
market demand
Demand for a good by all buyers, including the private sector and the government (p 124)
market economy
an economic system based on private ownership and the use of markets in economic decision-making
market economy
an economy in which the setting of prices and allocating of resources are determined by the forces of supply and demand In a market economy, for the most part it is the actions of private corporations and individuals, rather than government, that direct economic activity
market economy
one in which prices and quantifies are determined by supply and demand
market economy
An economy that uses a decentralized decision making process to determine what to produce
market economy
A free private-enterprise economy governed by consumer sovereignty, a price system, and the forces of supply and demand
market economy
an economic system that has the following characteristics: private ownership of goods and the factors of production, freedom of individuals to make economic choices, the use of prices to allocate resources, and a limited economic role for government
market forces
n pl
market forces
Competition for sales, new alliances, innovative pricing structures, customer demand, customer choices of various kinds of services
market garden
A market garden is a small farm where vegetables and fruit are grown for sale. market gardening n. an area of land where vegetables and fruit are grown so that they can be sold American Equivalent: truck farm gardener
market garden
a garden where fruit and vegetables are grown for marketing
market index
{i} market measure composed of weighted values of the units that make up certain list of companies, index that measures price changes of an overall market
market leader
the company with the largest market share
market leader
the store or company that controls the highest market share
market leader
A market leader is a company that sells more of a particular product or service than most of its competitors do. We are becoming one of the market leaders in the fashion industry. the company that sells the most of a particular type of product, or the product that is the most successful one of its type
market letter
a newsletter written by an analyst of the stock market and sold to subscribers
market order
An order to buy or sell a stock at the going price
market order
An order to buy or sell a futures contract at whatever price is obtainable at the time it is entered in the ring or pit See At-The-Market
market order
An order to buy or sell a stock at the market's current best displayed price
market order
when one puts in an order to either buy or sell at the current market price
market price
the actual price at which a property sells
market price
the price at which buyers and sellers trade the item in an open marketplace
market price
the last reported price for a security trade
market price
(Valeur au marché) It is usually considered to be the last reported price at which the stock, fund or bond is sold
market price
The last reported price at which a security was traded on an exchange
market price
In the case of a security, the market price is usually considered the last reported price at which the stock or bond sold
market price
The consideration actually paid for an asset in an arm's-length transaction
market price
This only applies to Closed-End funds that are not traded at NAV, but are traded at prices that are determined in the open market The market price might be higher than the NAV (such funds are said to sell at a premium) or the market price might be lower than the NAV (such funds are said to sell at a discount)
market price
the price of a share quoted at any given time on the stock exchange; the current price of a commodity, product, service, etc in a competitive market
market price
The most current price of a security
market price
average price for a certain product, price at which a customer is willing to buy and a vendor is willing to sell
market price
–In the case of a security, market price is usually considered the last reported price at which the stock or bond is sold
market research
Market research is the activity of collecting and studying information about what people want, need, and buy. A new all-woman market research company has been set up to find out what women think about major news and issues. The gathering and evaluation of data regarding consumers' preferences for products and services. a business activity which involves collecting information about what goods people buy and why they buy them. Study of the requirements of specific markets, the acceptability of products, and methods of developing and exploiting new markets. Various strategies are used for market research: past sales may be projected forward; surveys may be made of consumer attitudes and product preferences; and new or altered products may be introduced experimentally into designated test-market areas. Formal market research dates back to the 1920s in Germany and the 1930s in Sweden and France. After World War II, U.S. firms led in the use and refinement of market-research techniques, which spread throughout much of Western Europe and Japan
market research
A technical analysis of factors such as volume, price trends, and market breadth that are used to predict price movement
market research
The planning, collection and analysis of data relevant to making a marketing decision
market research
1 An investigation of the participants in a market 2 Get some idea of which way trends are headed 3 To find out who else is doing the same thing
market research
is divided into qualitative and quantitative research Qualitative research, which sometimes precedes quantitative research, defines the themes or problem areas surrounding the subject being researched Accurate information can be formulated for quantitative research One of the characteristics of high-tech product marketing is the lack of historical data due to the product's short life cycle and innovative quality Also, a quantitative analysis often involves working with product data that are going to be replaced (classic TVs with HDTV's), cassette recorders by compact disk players, and telephones by videotext computers) Therefore, quantitative analysis techniques used for high-tech products must always be dealt with carefully
market research
A technique for improving project performance by surveying the industry For example, by researching published data on the construction industry, it may be possible to schedule the construction of a project at a time when tenders will be more competitive Market research may also reveal new or more economic materials, systems and methods for incorporation in the scope of work
market research
a method used for collecting more information about the market for a product Its main purpose is to reduce the risk in making a product
market research
The planned acquisition and analysis of objective data measuring aspects of the marketing system for the purpose of improving marketing decisions
market segment
A group of consumers who respond in a similar way to a given set of marketing effort
market segment
Primary Products
market share
A firm's percentage of the total sales volume generated by all competitors in given market
market share
A company's sales in a product area as a percent of the total market sales in that area
market share
The percentage of the total sales in the market that a given company generates
market share
The percentage of total industry sales that a particular company controls
market share
The percentage of sales of a particular company or product The proportion of the market served by one participant
market share
That part of the market potential that a managed care company has captured; usually market share is expressed as a percentage of the market potential
market share
A company's percentage of its industry's total sales
market strategist
someone skilled in planning marketing campaigns
market test
If a new product or service is market tested, a group of people are asked to try it and then asked for their opinions on it. The company uses the simulator to market test new designs. + market testing mar·ket test·ing They learnt a lot from the initial market testing exercise
market value
The highest price which a ready, willing and able buyer would pay and a willing seller will accept, both being fully informed under no pressure to act The market value may be different from the price a property can actually be sold for at a given time (market price)
market value
The price for which something would sell, especially the value of certain types of assets, such as stocks and bonds It is based on what they would sell for under current market conditions For example, common stock market value would be the price of the stock as of a specified date See also Actual Cash Value (G)
market value
The value that a willing seller would accept and a willing buyer would offer given a reasonable time for the seller to market a property
market value
A price or price range generally acknowledged to be the accepted amount that a buyer would be willing to pay and a seller would be willing to accept for a property at a given time Properties often sell above or below market value due to special circumstances in the market or on the part of a buyer or seller
market value
The most probable price in terms of money which a property should bring in a competitive and open market under all conditions requisite to a fair sale, the buyer and seller, each acting prudently, knowledgeably and assuming the price is not affected by undue stimulus
market value
the highest price that you would pay and the lowest price the Seller would accept on a property Market value may be different from the price a property could actually be sold for at a given time
market value
The highest price a buyer would pay and the lowest price a seller would accept on a property May differ from what a property could be sold for at a given time
market value
the price at which buyers and sellers trade the item in an open marketplace
market value
The market value of a security is the last-sale price multiplied by total shares outstanding It is calculated throughout the trading day, and is related to the total value of the index (See last-sale reporting)
market value
The current price of an asset, as indicated by the most recent price at which it traded on the open market If the most recent trade in ABC stock was at $25 for example, the market value of the stock is $25
market-led
market-driven
marketer
One who designs and executes marketing campaigns
marketing
Present participle of market
marketing
Buying and selling in a market
marketing
earlier (until the 1920’s), shopping, going to market
A market
mart
Market Segment
(Reklam) A group of customers who (a) share the same needs and values, (b) can be expected to respond in much the same way to a company's offering, and (c) command enough purchasing power to be of strategic importance to the company
Market Share
(Reklam) A company's share of total sales of a given category of product on a given market. Can be expressed either in terms of volume (how many units sold) or value (the worth of units sold)
market segment
(Ticaret) The geographic, demographic or other customer classification targeted by an organization for the purchase and use of its products and services
market segment
is an interest area of an evolving energy industry EPRI has identified four market segments for which it develops products and services: power generation, nuclear, environment, and power delivery and markets
market segment
a relatively homogeneous group of customers who will respond to a marketing mix in a similar way
market segment
a group or sector within a heterogeneous market consisting of consumers or organisations with relatively homogeneous needs and wants; those within a market who will respond to a given set of marketing stimuli in a particular way See Market Segmentation
market share
Total sales of an organization divided by the sales of the market they serve
market share
A product's portion of its industry sales
التركية - الإنجليزية
grocer's
grocery

Tom came into the kitchen carrying two grocery bags. - Tom iki market torbası taşıyarak mutfağa girdi.

Tom drove Mary to the grocery store. - Tom Mary'yi markete götürdü.

supermarket

Tom asked Mary to pick up some toothpaste and some toilet paper at the supermarket. - Tom Mary'in markette biraz diş macunu ve biraz tuvalet kağıdı almasını istedi.

I went to the supermarket. - Süper markete gittim.

emporium
grocery, grocer's; supermarket
(self-service) grocery store, grocery
general store
market para piyasası
(Ticaret) money
market sepeti
market basket
marketing
(Ticaret) marketing
marketler
markets

There are two swimming pools, several cinemas, markets, shops, everything. - İki tane yüzme havuzu, çeşitli sinemalar, marketler, mağazalar, her şey vardır.

market

    الواصلة

    mar·ket

    التركية النطق

    märkıt

    المتضادة

    buy

    النطق

    /ˈmärkət/ /ˈmɑːrkət/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'mär-k&t ] (noun.) 12th century. Recorded since circa 1154, "a meeting at a fixed time for buying and selling livestock and provisions". From Old Northern French market (Old French marchiet, modern marché), from Latin mercātus (“trade, market”), from mercor (“I trade, deal in, buy”), itself derived from merx (“wares, merchandise”), from the Italic root *merk-, possibly stemming from Etruscan, referring to various aspects of economics.

    الازمنة

    markets, marketing, marketed

    رصف المشتركة

    market share, market segment

    فيديوهات

    ... We want to fully serve this market. ...
    ... But I need to market my record, you know. ...

    كلمة اليوم

    rara avis
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