Primary navigation:

QFINANCE Quick Links
QFINANCE Topics
QFINANCE Reference
Add the QFINANCE search widget to your website

Home > QFINANCE Dictionary > Definition of offer price

Definition of

offer price

Stockholding & Investments

selling price of share of stock the price at which somebody offers a share of a stock, especially a new issue, for sale.

Related definitions of "offer price"

Recommended Further Reading (Term count)
  • Coping with Equity Market Reactions to M&A Transactions
    by Scott Moeller
    It would be nice if the markets were to react consistently in response to the announcement of M&A deals. But they don’t. At least not always. But you can depend on one thing: In the short run, shareholders of target companies benefit more than those of the acquiring company.It is important to know how to cope with the likely equity market reaction to the announcement of a deal. First of all, you need to understand what those likely reactions...
  • Financial Steps in an IPO for a Small or Medium-Size Enterprise
    by Hung-Gay Fung
    An initial public offering (IPO) of stocks is a share offering to the public by a small or medium-sized enterprise (SME) undertaken to raise additional cash for future growth or to enable existing stockholders to cash out by selling part of their holdings. Among other things, a successful IPO will provide a company with an objective valuation of its stock, create a good public image of the company—thus lowering its cost of borrowing—and provide...
  • IPOs in Emerging Markets
    by Janusz Brzeszczynski
    An initial public offering (IPO) is the sale of a company’s shares to the public for the first time, leading to a stock exchange listing. This process is known also as a public offering, or “going public.”The main reason for IPOs is the need for fresh capital to finance various business activities, such as the development of new products or expansion into new markets. Most IPOs are launched by relatively small but dynamic companies, which grow...
  • Using Structured Products to Manage Liabilities
    by Shane Edwards
    Only a decade ago, the use of structured products (SPs) was largely confined to sophisticated institutions that used them for risk management purposes. Now SPs are embraced across the client spectrum and are owned by millions—from retail individuals investing in capital-protected equity products, to global corporations that tailor SPs to meet their often complex and highly specific liability management needs.In the liability management arena,...

Definitions of ’offer price’ and meaning of ’offer price’ are from the book publication, QFINANCE – The Ultimate Resource, © 2009 Bloomsbury Information Ltd. Find definitions for ’offer price’ and other financial terms with our online QFINANCE Financial Dictionary.

Back to top