from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A reduction in price.
- noun The amount by which a price is reduced.
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- noun A
reductionin pricein order to stimulate sales
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If you are selling, the firm can buy from you for less than it could resell the security for; that vigorish is called a markdown.
Saks Inc., attempting to move beyond a so-called markdown-allowances scandal, confirmed it has settled two lawsuits that alleged the luxury retailer engaged in abusive practices against vendors.
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"At the first of every month we begin a" markdown "process on selected items called Yellow tag clearance.
The last time anyone paid this much attention to something named Kohl there was a 30 percent markdown on home appliances.
Now Uptown Partners is seeking between $475 to $630 a square foot, or about a 15% markdown.
The price paid by Crescent Heights Inc. was $118 million, 130% above the markdown value, Mr. Sugarman said.
So far in the second quarter, sales are down by a low teens percentage and the company expects "high levels of promotional and markdown activity."