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market

A popular term for the number of potential consumers of a product or service, which is defined by geography, industry, demographics or other means of commonality.
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Health Care Contract Manufacturing Services (CMO) Market
Unlike the wildly volatile copper market or the stratospheric rise of nickel, aluminum scrap markets have shown promising signs, but there are also potential concerns.
"Our advertisers have been telling us the rural lifestyle market is extremely diverse and difficult to define.
We are typically retained to assist clients in the areas of market research, brand management, institutional marketing and enrollment management.
Whereas the Mittal bid was characterized by its opponents as "a symbol of globalization against a symbol of Europeanization," the resistance against the subsequent intra-European takeover offers exposes the deep-seated distrust on the part of European governments of the rules of the European single market and the oversight role of the European institutions.
In Las Vegas, whose housing market has experienced a dizzying level of appreciation, several high profile condo projects haven't just sputtered, they've flat out tanked.
The story of Borough Market shows how places of exchange can rarely rely on history for their future success, however long that history might be.
French Broad Food Coop Saturday Tailgate Market Where: 90 Biltmore Ave.
The other lesson of the post-Showa Depression market, however, is that stock prices went into a 10-year consolidation after an initial bounce--from around 1935 to 1945.
The nine-year-old organization launched its market, located on Houston Street and nestled between the Jacob Riis and Baruch Housing Projects, in 2002.
Citizens Bank and First National Bank compete directly in the Batesville banking market in Arkansas.