quote is a very short and simple Perl script that retrieves stock quotes from Yahoo! Finance. It's a clean and fast command-line interface for getting snapshot stock market prices. It uses the Perl LWP module if available, or lynx otherwise.
To name the current price of.
To state the current price for a good or service. Vendor may quote either verbally or in writing and is generally non-binding.
The price being offered or bid by a market maker or broker-dealer for a particular security.
An unsealed competitive offer conveyed by telephone, telegram, fax, or in writing and under conditions different from those required for formal bidding. Also known as a "quotation."
What the stocks current highest bid and lowest offer price are for buying or selling.
The current price. To “get a quote” is to get the current price.
A representation of market information relating to a specific contract. A quote can contain a bid, ask, last price, volume and time of last trade.
Price Stop Stop/limit orders, this can be left basis our quote. This means that if our relevant buy or sell quoted price reaches your order level, you will be filled.
The latest selling price for a stock or other security.
To state a price. rack rate The regular public rate for a hotel room.
When both a bid and ask price are provided for a currency pair.
A formal offer for products and/or services, proposed at specific prices and related payment terms, which is sent to a prospective customer.
The highest bid to buy and the lowest offer to sell a security in a given market at a given time. A spread on a quote at a given time (such as $45 to $46) means that $45 was the highest price any buyer wanted to pay for the stock when it was on the floor, and that $46 was the lowest price at which any seller would sell at the same time.
The simultaneous committment to a bid and an ask price.
An estimated price for the insurance being purchased.
Also called a Proposal. The offer to a current or prospective case to underwrite specified risks and provide specified services at a quoted price. Quotes may be firm or subject to recalculation based on additional information.
Simultaneous placing of binding bid and ask orders by a trading participant.
A price estimate given to potential costumers by an insurance company. A company may be legally bound to honour this quote in some jurisdictions or lines of business.
name the price of; "quote prices for cars"
a fixed price that won't vary unless you agree to pay for extra costs that were unforeseen at the time of quoting
a formal offer for products and services that is sent to a prospective customer and includes specific prices with related payment terms
an indicative price for a currency
an offer that you make to a customer to sell one or more products at a specific price
an offer to do a job for a certain price
a verbal or written personalized commitment by a transportation-provider to board you on a specific flight , or a flight operating on a specific itinerary on a specific date, at a given price
A proposal from an insurance company to underwrite a certain risk at a specific price.
The current bid and offer for a security on the floor of the exchange on which it is traded.
A rate or price given to a prospective client; or the processing of obtaining a rate or price from a potential insurance carrier.
a cost given to a customer or distributor that is lower than the listed price
An indication of current bids and offers in the market on a particular instrument or spread.
A fixed price given for goods or a service to be provided in the future. Often given in writing. A quote (link goes to Consumer Information - Quotes and Estimates) becomes a term of your contract. A higher price can not be charged unless the quote states that it only applies to certain things, or for a certain time, or both you and the trader agree to an increase in price.
The highest bid to buy and the lowest offer to sell a security at any point in time.
To specify a price at which a company will perform a given amount of work.
A 'quote' is different to an 'estimate' - the distinction is an important one because a quote usually constitutes an offer by the contractor to do the job for the quoted price, whereas, an estimate will not normally be the contract price.
A fixed price that is binding.
An indicative market price; shows the highest bid and/or lowest ask price available on a security at any given time
A price at which a market maker will agree to trade shares.
The market price of a given security.
An indicative price. The price quoted for information purposes but not to deal.
A Finspreads quote will incorporate our spread which is the difference between the buying and selling price. Also see Our Quote
An indicative market price, normally used for informational purposes only.
A simultaneous bid and offer in a currency pair.
Prices at which a share can be bought or sold
To provide in writing the current or market price of services, supplies, materials, or equipment.
An estimate and application submitted by a language service provider in response to a job posting. "Quote" has replaced the deprecated term "bid", and should be used in its place in all cases. (Bid has auction-related connotations that can give the mistaken impression of a downward pressure on rates).
The highest bid and lowest ask price for a security at any given time. Bid is the highest price at which someone is willing to buy a security. Ask is the lowest price at which someone is willing to sell a security.
The current priced for buying and selling a share offered by a market maker.
A price representing the consumer's cost on a vehicle. Back to the Top
The highest bid or lowest ask price available on a security at any given time. See Also inside spread, ticker tape, consolidated tape, market maker, Nasdaq, real-time, delayed, decimalization
Request a real time quote (price and trade details). Quotes are provided through AXL Performance Solutions, utilising the LSE LMIL data feed.
The bid and ask prices of a security. Redemption: Payment on maturity date by the issuer at par value, or call price on or after a call date.
The highest bid to buy and the lowest offer to sell a security in a given market at a given time. If you ask your broker for a "quote" on a stock, he may come back with something like "45 1/2." This means that $45.25 is the highest price any buyer wanted to pay and that $45.50 was the lowest price which any seller would take at the same time. A market maker is obligated to purchase or sell a minimum quantity if the quote is "firm". A nominal quote is one in which the market maker is not obligated to trade at the prices quoted.
The highest bid to buy and the lowest offer to sell a security in a given market at a given time. If you ask your financial advisor for a "quote" on a stock, he or she may come back with something like "45 1/4 to 45 1/2." This means that $45.25 is the highest price any buyer wanted to pay at the time the quote was given on the floor of the exchange and that $45.50 was the lowest price that any seller would take at the same time. (See: Bid and asked)
An indicative market price, normally used for information purposes only.
A price that represents the cost of a specific item, such as a loan rate, service contract, price of an insurance policy and so on.
to calculate and offer a price for something, a legally-binding estimate.
The current "spread" relating the bid and the ask for a security. The bid is the highest price at which someone is willing to buy a security. The ask is the lowest price at which someone is willing to sell a security.
The amount that will be charged a prospective customer for coverage.
The highest bid and lowest offer on a given security at a particular time.
Price given by a life insurance company for specific annuitant and benefit package.
The highest bid to buy and the lowest offer to sell any stock at a given time.
price of a bond or a stock
Short for quotation, this is the current or delayed price being offered for a particular security.
The highest bid and lowest offer price that is currently available on a particular security.
It is the highest bid or lowest ask price available on a security at any given time.
A document sent to vendors by an authorized BGSU employee requesting the details about a product and specifically its price.
See on: Wikipedia Investopedia The last price at which a security or commodity traded, meaning the most recent price on which a buyer and seller agreed and at which some amount of the asset was transacted. The bid or ask quotes are the most current prices and quantities at which the shares can be bought or sold. The bid quote shows the price and quantity at which a current buyer is willing to purchase the shares, while the ask shows what a current participant is willing to sell the shares for. This is also known as an asset's "quoted price".