Bid Price

In most investment markets, the price that investors are willing to buy and sell shares, bonds or other investments, are set by auction. The 'bid price' is the highest price which someone (the bidder) is willing to buy an investment from a seller.

In liquid stock markets there may be many market makers competing to buy shares or bonds, and so the bid price will be fairly close to the offer price, keeping the spread narrow.

What to do if you need more help

If you need more help with your specific commercial loan, mortgage or insurance requirement please speak to a professional financial adviser.

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