Get hitGo lower in price, when bids in the stock or market are hit, causing those bids to vanish and be ../../finance-glossary/d by lower ones. Come in. Antithesis of on the take.
Target priceTarget price
In the context of takeovers, the price at which an acquirer aims to buy a target firm. In the context of options, the price of the underlying security at which an option will become in the money. In the context of stocks, the price that an investor hopes a stock will reach in a certain time period.
A 15 year Gold FHLMC (Freddie Mac) bond; similar to a Dwarf.
Primary budget surplusPrimary budget surplus
The primary budget surplus (or deficit) of a government is the surplus excluding interest payments on its outstanding debt.
Off budget Federal entitiesOff budget Federal entities
Federally owned and controlled entities whose transactions are excluded from the budget totals under provisions of law. Their receipts, outlays, and surplus or deficit are not included in budget receipts, outlays or deficits. Their budget authority is not included in totals of the budget.
Budget surplusBudget surplus
Refers in general to an excess of income over expenditure, but usually refers specifically to the government budget, where it is the excess of tax revenue over expenditure (including transfer payments).
Further SuggestionsTarget zone arrangement
Target cash balance
Feasible target payout ratios
"Can get $xxx"
Target investment mix
Foreign targeted issue
Targeted registered offerings
Target Leverage Ratio