seller’s market

Definitions

Accounting

  • noun a market where the seller can ask high prices because there is a large demand for the product.

Commerce

  • noun
    (written as seller's market)
    a market where the seller can ask high prices because there is a large demand for the product.

Construction

  • (written as seller's market)
    A condition in which demand for goods is greater than supply, thereby giving sellers the upper hand in negotiations.

Economics

  • noun
    (written as seller's market)
    a market where shares, commodities or products are sold at higher prices because there is less stock available than the buyers want.

Travel

  • noun a market where a person selling goods or a service can ask high prices because there is a large demand for the product.
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