nonmarketable

non·mar·ket·a·ble

 (nŏn-mär′kĭ-tə-bəl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to a security that may not be sold by one investor to another but is generally redeemable by the issuer within limitations; nonnegotiable.
2. Difficult or impossible to market: a nonmarketable product.
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All those small, nonmarketable swords cut off and tossed back dead into the ocean currents.
Department of the Treasury is resuming the sale of State and Local Government Series (SLGS) nonmarketable Treasury securities, effective February 12, 2018 at 12:00 noon ET.
Estimating the fair value of a nonmarketable financial instrument, or one that is restricted from sale, is conceptually challenging.
There was no significant result on the nonmarketable sweet corn ears as affected by cropping systems.
The proposed rules would rename "customer order" to "retail order" and would require that advisors make enhanced disclosures of retail orders with more detailed information about the payments received by broker-dealers from execution venues or paid to such venues; require reporting by calendar month rather than by quarter; and require separate reporting information for marketable and nonmarketable limit orders.
The proposed rules would rename "customer order" to "retail order" and would require enhanced disclosures of retail order routing information by requiring more detailed information about the payments received by broker-dealers from execution venues or paid to such venues, require reporting by calendar month rather than by quarter, and require separate reporting information for marketable and nonmarketable limit orders.
The actual surplus money was replaced with nonmarketable government IOUs, which cannot be converted into cash or used to pay Social Security benefits.
This is the result of persons who had previously posted still-in-effect nonmarketable sell orders with a limit of $95.
The author concludes that capital investment in these types of training programs in areas with high structural unemployment and older workers will prove unsuccessful, because such initiatives often provide nonmarketable training that fails to boost earnings.
State, local, and foreign holdings include special issues of nonmarketable securities to municipal entities and foreign official accounts.
introduced the auction providing loans secured by nonmarketable assets or guarantees, with a floating rate for 12 months of at least 5.
Planning is more complex for assets that are difficult to value, such as interests in closely held businesses, real estate, or any other nonmarketable or hard-to-value assets.