bidding war


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bidding war

n (Fin) → Übernahmeschlacht f
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(PSE), the owner of the equities-trading market, said it does not intend to engage the government in a bidding war to buy PDS Holdings Corp., the company that owns the fixed-income trading platform.
NEARLY one in four home-buyers have entered into a bidding war to secure their chosen property, but those finding themselves in this situation are likely to end up losing out, a survey suggests.
His latest deal was wrapped up in a matter of days when the buyers went in over ask for a house at 70 Sunnyside Avenue because they wanted to avoid a bidding war.
THE BBC has confirmed it has lost The Voice to ITV after refusing to enter a bidding war for the hit talent show.
THE BBC will not enter into "a bidding war" for singing talent series The Voice.
Senior executives facing savage cuts are understood to have been ordered not to get into a bidding war over future series of the Saturday night talent blockbuster, which has cost [euro]73million so far.
Senior BBC executives are understood to have been ordered not to get into a bidding war over future series of the Saturday night blockbuster, which has cost the corporation PS55million since it began in 2012.
The two-storey building at Winkleigh Airfield, along with 9.5 acres of land and disused outbuildings, fetched PS122,000 after a bidding war.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 1, 2015-The Bidding War Ends: ISSI Stockholders Approve Acquisition by Uphill
Friends of the King and Queen of NYC said they are the front-runners in a bidding war to land the luxury home in California.
Investors rallied behind a bidding war in the food industry as well as a somewhat positive report on the U.S.