offer price Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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offer pricenoun [C]

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FINANCE the ​price that is ​offered for ​shareholders' ​shares during a takeover of a ​company (= taking ​control of it), or the ​totalprice of all these ​shares: The ​steelcompanylaunched a ​bid for its ​mainrival, with an ​offerprice of $3.40 ​pershare. a ​totalofferprice 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 ​sharepricefell to 150p, below last year's ​offerprice of 170p.
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