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2005) (suggesting that if Merck's common stock was slow to respond to confusing revenue data, it would demonstrate an inefficient market and thus be grounds for denial of class certification).
The consumers currently in the inefficient market experience a switching cost of $124 (per unit of mass) because they prefer the overall shopping experience provided by the inefficient retailers.
This trait is desirable in an inefficient market where nonlinear and contradictory variance abound.
Returns might not be higher if: 1) risks are misunderstood - unintentionally or otherwise, 2) conflicts of interest cause the buyer and/or seller to bias the negotiation, or 3) political pressure causes more money to flow into the inefficient market than can be absorbed by ETIs that meet the current-market-returns test.
A third barrier is uncontrolled and inefficient market conditions that increase the cost of housing unnecessarily, including sprawl, speculation, segregation, and complex and inefficient financing systems.
Second, it's worth looking at the benefits of participating in an inefficient market in which the majority of investors (MNCs, for instance) do not expect to maximize their returns.
4 percent decline in the price index in 2010, given the shy demand for equities in a relatively illiquid and inefficient market.
was an unprofitable firm, NOT an inefficient market.
Intervention may be effective under inefficient market conditions regardless of the level of substitutability of bonds.
Impact investing is challenged by an inefficient market, disproportionately high costs relative to the risk and opacity and complexity," she said.
Real estate is an inefficient market, and the late 1980s were proof of that.
The Minister also said that Indian agriculture faces a number of serious challenges like shrinking land, depleting water resources & inefficient water use, adverse impact of climate change, ineffective management of energy resources, shortage of farm labour, poor and inefficient market infrastructure, lack of access to appropriate technology, increasing cost and uncertainties of domestic and international markets and the biggest challenge which the country would be facing in the coming years shall be how to ensure food security in face of constantly growing population.