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English definition of “offer price”

offer price

noun [C]
 
 
FINANCE the price that is offered for shareholders' shares during a takeover of a company (= taking control of it), or the total price of all these shares: The steel company launched a bid for its main rival, with an offer price of $3.40 per share. a total offer price of 5 million euros
(also offered price, offering price, ask price, asked price, asking price) STOCK MARKET the price at which someone offers a share or bond for sale: The share price fell to 150p, below last year's offer price of 170p. → See also bid price
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