fire sale (plural fire sales)
1. sell-off of damaged goods: a sale of goods or property damaged in a fire
2. sale at low prices: a sale of goods or property at very low prices ( informal ) ( hyphenated when used before a noun )
fire sale noun
Definition of FIRE SALE
: a sale of merchandise damaged in a fire; also : a sale at very low prices
Examples of FIRE SALE
The company is having a fire sale of its old office equipment.http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/fir...
fire sale \fire sale\ n.
2. A sale of objects or assets at much reduced prices, often performed to raise money rapidly.[PJC]http://www.freedictionary.org/?Query=fire%20sale
Liquidation of a firm's assets at prices far below their fair market value (FMV) to achieve a quick sale, either to avoid a financial disaster or to satisfy the debts of an insolvent or bankrupt firm. Banks and other lenders usually value a firm assets at their fire sale value to judge their worth as collateral.http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/...
FiresaleWas ist ein Firesale?
Vom Firesale ist die Rede, wenn es aufgrund von Drucksituationen zu einem Panikverkauf kommt, der entsprechend geringe Gewinne oder gar Verluste einbringt.
Firesale (wörtlich übersetzt: Feuerverkauf) heißt auf Deutsch Panikverkauf. [...]http://www.gruenderszene.de/lexikon/begriffe/...
Gordon Brown's fire sale of public assets to raise £16bnhttp://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2009/oct/1...
Tax rises could prompt 'fire sale' of second homes and shares
A 'fire sale' of second-homes, shares and fine art is expected as investors try to beat widely-expected leaps in capital gains tax (CGT) and VAT. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/financetop...
The Housing Fire Sale
Homebuilders are slashing prices to clear out inventory, according to a new Census Bureau report—and it's working http://www.businessweek.com/bwdaily/dnflash/c...