bargain-hunting

bargain-hunting

n
(Commerce) the act of shopping for items sold at cheap, esp discounted, prices
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The benchmark Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) managed to reverse course and close yesterday's session with a gain on what an analyst attributed to last-minute bargain-hunting.
NNA - Oil prices rebounded in Asia today on bargain-hunting after a surge in US crude stockpiles and record output in Saudi Arabia sparked a sell-off, analysts said.
THE UK's "freeconomy" is thriving, with bargain-hunting consumers saving pounds 51bn a year as they look to economise, according to Halifax Home Insurance.
Tokyo stocks ended mixed Tuesday in a tug-of-war between bargain-hunting and selling on concern about the unrest in Libya and higher crude oil prices.
Summary: HONG KONG, Jun 11, SPA -- Hong Kong stocks held onto gains as a rally in Asian markets boosted investor confidence and bargain-hunting drove up property and energy counters, according to Reuters.
Once the bargain-hunting frenzy has subsided, you can't help but wonder which of the stores will actually survive the coming months.
SANTA'S little helper Clare O'Hora goes bargain-hunting on a city street yesterday after NI Water filled in all the holes.
com, an Internet company which alerts bargain-hunting consumers to shopping deals in Canada, reported on 6 October the launch of Scarlett Lounge, its newest addition to its Bargain Hunting Community.
One year Critser's gift to a bargain-hunting friend was a $2 gift certificate to the Goodwill.
Cult antiques hero David Dickinson teamed up with the Government yesterday in a bid to stop students falling victim to bargain-hunting burglars in 11 cities, including Newcastle.
The four have already filmed the bargain-hunting side of the show and tension is building to see who will be the eventual winner in the live final.
Prices of 10-year Japanese government bond futures closed higher for the first time in three days Thursday on bargain-hunting.