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market share

The percentage of total market potential for a particular service or goods that a provider of those services or goods has captured.

market share

Vox populi The percentage of total market potential for a particular service or goods that a provider of those services or goods has captured. See Market.
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The Commercial International Brokerage Company (CIBC) ranked second with a total transaction volume of EGP 2.3bn, representing a market share of 9.9%.
New Delhi: Aimed at increasing its market share, which has gone down below 70 percent for the first time, the state-run insurer Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) has planned to come up with new unit-linked insurance plan (ULIP) products.
In Europe, the Renault group's market share reached the 10 per cent threshold, up by 0.6 points.
ASDA was the only major supermarket to lift its market share in the last three months as the industry wades through its slowest growth for 11 years.
Kuwait-based Jazeera Airways was the leading airline for the third month in-a-row to serve the Kuwait-Amman route in June, of which it grabbed a 45 per cent market share, it said in a report.
"When comparing these market shares with the same month from last year, the airline's market share on the Kuwait-Assiut route saw an increase of 10 per cent, the Kuwait-Luxor increased by 6 per cent from, and the Kuwait-Sohag route increased by 14 per cent," said the report.
The airline closed the month with a market share of 49 per cent to Sharm Al Shaikh u a figure that almost equals the combined market shares of all other airlines operating on that route.
The research shows that, when the price of gasoline increased by $1, the least fuel-efficient quartile of the market for used automobiles suffered a 5-percent decrease in market share. The same $1 price increase resulted in a 7-percent increase in market share for the most fuel-efficient quartile of used cars.
Discounters Aldi and Lidl saw year on year growth of 20 per cent and 14 per cent respectively, increasing their market shares to 2.9 per cent and 2.4 per cent respectively.
13 by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., but its deposit market share fell more than 10 percent during the year that ended June 30.
In the first quarter of 2005, the Big Three position deteriorated to 57.91% market share. One of the questions we are most frequently asked is, "Will this drop in market share ever stop?" The answer, at least in the short-term, is "Yes." The large annual declines of the last five years are unlikely to occur over the next five years.
The three market leaders all gained share in this declining market, and private labels and the four brands with minor market shares, all lost share.