Stalking-Horse Bid refers to The Bankruptcy Horse offer is an initial offer for bankrupt company assets. The bankrupt company selects a company from the pool of bidders to place the first bid for the remaining assets of the company. Stalker sets the lowest bid criteria so that other bidders cannot lower the purchase price. The term horse comes from a hunter who tries to hide behind a real or fake horse.
- A stock bidding is the initial bid for the assets of a bankrupt company that sets the standard for a low-priced auction, so that other bidders cannot lower the purchase price.
- Other buyers will bid competitively after the stock horse auction.
- Horse chase bidders benefit from a number of benefits, such as return fees and loss costs.
Literal Meanings of Stalking-Horse Bid
Meanings of Stalking:
Basic stems of herbaceous plants.
Follow you or fence.
Go somewhere arrogant, harsh, or angry.
Secret pursuit of something or something.
Being tough and happy.
Sentences of Stalking
I'm chewing a blade of grass
A cat is chasing birds
Without a word, he turned and walked away
This time the poles will run away
Mona raised a disturbing little voice and walked behind the suit as if walking more than a foot.
Synonyms of Stalking
follow, storm, haulm, creep up on, course, bent, run after, trunk, straw, bine, dog, sweep, track down, go after, reed, flounce, trail, hunt, be after, prance, give chase to, pursue, hound, chase
Meanings of Horse:
Provide a horse or stallion (person or vehicle).
Large domestic mammals with strong hooves and flowing mane and tail, used for load riding, running, and carrying and pulling.
A frame or structure that has something fixed or auxiliary, especially an easel.
Blood vessel obstruction.
Sentences of Horse
Lyari and his men were on horseback and equipped, but the war ended before they could be sent to Cuba.
Wheat and wheat harvester pulls two horses and takes two people
Synonyms of Horse
subframe, structure, support, framework, holder, prop, bracket, plinth, stand, mounting, frame, substructure, charger, base, trivet, horse, chassis, rest, bottom, platform, chock
Meanings of Bid:
Bid (a specific price) for something, especially at auction.
Bid prices, especially at auction.
Saying (salam or farewell) a.
Orders or orders to do something (to someone).
Sentences of Bid
A consortium of retailers is proposing a world record price for a box of tobacco.
Several buyers have bid on Van Gogh's sketches
Opportunity to say goodbye to your president
I did what he told me to do
Synonyms of Bid
demand, make an offer of, wish, charge, command, submit, enjoin, call upon, direct, order, offer, advance, put in a bid of, require, proposal, tell, propose, proffer, submission, tender, instruct, put up, put forward