aftermarket

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aftermarket

Products that are offered as replacements for an original part. An aftermarket product may be identical to the original or offer entirely different features.
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In the secondary market, 527 residential units sold were over Dh5 million compared to 8,772 units which were under Dh5 million., according to Data Finder statistics.
The volume of transactions in the secondary market of the BSE shares amounted to 21,800 manats.
"While the volume of secondary market transfers for villas/town houses between January and June declined over 30 per cent (from a year ago), the average value increased 14 per cent," she said.
'We hope the same incentive, stamp duty exemption, be extended to the secondary market which are existing properties being sold by owners instead of by developers,' she said in a joint press conference with state exco Jagdeep Singh Deo to announce its secondary property exhibition next month.
Meanwhile, in the secondary market, performance was bullish across all maturities as rates slid 33 basis points (bps) lower when compared week by week (W-o-W) to 10.4 per cent.
A liquid, highly accessible, secondary market will improve this clarity and lead to increased adoption.
A vibrant, deep and liquid secondary market for debt would go a long way in increasing the efficiencies of the debt market in general and would aid in resolution of stressed assets in particular.
Buyers seem to have a bigger inclination for off-plan super-luxury properties versus the secondary market, going by Dubai Land Department statistics for 2019.
0903 percent secondary market rate for the same tenor.
Secondary market sales among villas and townhouses surpassed the off-plan sales in Q2 2018, led by Emirates Living and International City, which together accounted for 23% of the total secondary market sales registered during the second quarter.
'Well the rates are actually higher than secondary market [levels] and it's also higher than the initial guidance from our GSEDs [Government Securities Eligible Dealers], so we felt like it's not reflective of current market levels.
Analysts say that with yields on bonds remaining relatively stable last month, investors were able to eke out some gains in price, which made the securities attractive.The yields on government securities in the secondary market remained relatively stable during the month as the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) continued to reject expensive bids in the primary market.

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