• 2 Domestic livestock marketing and prices 2.1 Market structure and price formation Field studies in different parts of the highland of Ethiopia show that livestock account for 37–87% of total farm cash income of farmers, indicating the importance of livestock in rural livelihood (Gryseels 1988; ILRI 1995).
  • . Despite the contribution of livestock to the economy and to smallholders’ livelihood, the production system is not adequately market-oriented.
  • . There is little evidence of strategic production of livestock for marketing except some sales targeted to traditional Ethiopian festivals.
  • . Generally, the livestock marketing structure follows a four-tier system (Figure 2).
  • . Those small traders from different corners bring their livestock to the local market (2nd tire).
  • . Traders purchase a few large animals or a fairly large number of small animals for selling to the secondary markets.
  • . In the secondary market (3rd tier), both smaller and larger traders operate and traders and butchers from terminal markets come to buy animals.

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  • . For each are presented comprehensive statistics, market characteristics, and trends.
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    Illini DairyNet: Paper Display: Market Cows: A Potential Profit...
  • Illini DairyNet The Online Resource for the Dairy Industry Paper Display Market Cows: A Potential Profit Center Richard L.
  • . Market cattle, non-fed beef and dairy animals supply 20 percent of the total beef produced in the United States.  In 1998, 2.5 billion pounds of market cow beef was produced in the U.S.
  • . The decision to market a cow is a complex one.
  • . When making a marketing decision, dairy producers may consider many cow factors, such as age, stage of lactation, milk production, health status, disposition, and reproductive performance.
  • . Other economic factors such as current milk price, market cow price, as well as cost and availability of replacement heifers may have a role in determining whether or not to market a cow.  Dairy cow marketing decisions have an important influence on the financial success of the dairy.
  • .   Marketing decisions can function as a component of genetic improvement programs designed for long-term gain and improved production efficiency (voluntary marketing ).

    Financial dictionary: Secondary market
  • Search the dictionary: June 17th, 2006 You are here: » » Secondary market Navigation Poll of the Month Have you used this site before? Never Once or twice! Yes - I have it bookmarked! Popular Terms Financial dictionary The financial dictionary now contains 3038 financial terms! Search for a financial term: | Secondary market Definition The market where securities are traded after they are initially offered in the primary market.
  • . Most trading is done in the secondary market.
  • . The New York stock Exchange, as well as all other stock exchanges, the bond markets, etc., are secondary markets.
  • . Seasoned securities are traded in the secondary market.


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    Financial dictionary: Bull market
  • Search the dictionary: June 17th, 2006 You are here: » » Bull market Navigation Poll of the Month Have you used this site before? Never Once or twice! Yes - I have it bookmarked! Popular Terms Financial dictionary The financial dictionary now contains 3038 financial terms! Search for a financial term: | Bull market Definition General market condition characterized by optimism, rising prices in stocks, and a belief that near-term future will see higher market prices for stocks.

    Red Bull - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  • . Overall, Red Bull has created a category that currently includes 125 products in the USA market.
  • . Several supermarket groups have created their own house brands.
  • . Despite its rapid success having quickly attracted imitators, Red Bull is still dominant in the energy drink market (70 percent of the marketshare in 2003).
  • . Marketing Initially, Red Bull created a strategic program to provide "cool" students with free cases of the drink, and then convince them to throw a party.
  • . British supermarket chain refuses to sell Red Bull to customers under the age of 16.

    Financial market - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  • In, a financial market is a mechanism which allows people to money for or such as gold or other precious metals.
  • . In general, any commodity market might be considered to be a financial market, if the usual purpose of traders is not the immediate consumption of the commodity, but rather as a means of delaying or accelerating consumption over time.
  • . Financial markets are affected by forces of, and allocate resources over time through a such as the .
  • . Typically financial markets use a or a process.
  • . Both general markets, where many commodities are traded and specialised markets (where only one commodity is traded) exist.
  • . Markets work by placing many interested sellers in one "place", thus making them easier to find for prospective buyers.
  • . In, Financial markets facilitate: The raising of (in the ); The transfer of (in the ); and (in the ).
  • . Contents Definition The term Financial markets can be a cause of much confusion.
  • . Financial markets could mean: 1.

    Flexible Investment Strategies - Make Money on New Issues
  • High-risk investments Make money on new issues Money from new issues Click me! The new equity issue market is all too often a casino in which the professionals manipulate share prices to make themselves money.
  • . You will need to invest selectively in new issues, preferably in a roaring bull market.
  • . How new issues are priced In a bull market where institutional investors are competing for shares in every hot new issue almost regardless of its quality, the price set can be much higher than the company's fundamental value, but it may rise higher.
  • . Conversely, in a bear market the issue price can be lower, but the deal may take a long time to show a profit.
  • . What are the tell-tale signs of a wonderful new issue that will soar in value in the secondary market, or a dud? Look for analysts' views The banks organising the new issue set what is known as the price range.
  • . They do this after pre-marketing the deal to institutional investors.
  • . One leading syndicate banker admitted to me that, in bull markets, he and his colleagues dictate what the analysts write.

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    Mortgage Banking | Real Estate Industry-Feb, 1991: Articles
  • . ECONOMIC TRENDS The first Thursday of each month is often a day of great anticipation in credit markets.
  • . Jonathan Smith, senior vice president of his company's secondary marketing department is deciding on what recommendation to make to ...
  • . Match Game After paying high prices for purchased servicing and offering well below market origination rates during the last decade, it's no surprise that many thrifts that followed that formula now lie ...
  • . SECONDARY MARKET This article addresses one of the most important issues to face the secondary market for mortgage loans in many years - regulation of government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs).
  • . In response to the volatility of interest rates over the past few years, a variety of new products have entered the market.

    MLA Glossary
  • . basis: The difference between the price on the physical market and the futures price basis Risk: The risk that basis moves in an unexpected manner bear Market: A market in which prices are in a declining trend blue tag : A tail tag on a cow at a physical market (store or prime) that is in calf less than four months.
  • . A bid on the futures market is the price at which participants can sell futures contracts bobby calf: A calf that has been removed from its mother.
  • . bull Market: A market in which prices are in an upward trend Buyer: Purchases stock at physical markets (prime and store).
  • . Units which cattle are sold in at physical prime market.
  • . CALM: Computer Aided Livestock Marketing (the previous name for AuctionsPlus).
  • . cash market: The market where cattle/sheep/lambs are physically bought and sold.
  • . (See also 'AuctionsPlus', 'saleyard', 'direct sale' and 'physical market').
  • . cash Settlement: In relation to the futures market, where settlement involves payment or receipt of the difference between the settlement price and the agreed future price.

    MobHappy: The Mobile won't be an iPod Killer Claims Dr Bull
  • . Enter your address here to subscribe via e-mail: Powered by for a copy of Russell's free white paper on mobile marketing Blogroll This site is no longer being updated.
  • . Equally, I know from my own work that some people love to receive mobile commercially based conversations (aka mobile marketing) - if you get it right, people text back their thanks.
  • . Sure, this new form of marketing is more difficult than the old interruptive sort and people are becoming more adept at screening ads out of their lives.
  • . While there will be a chunk of the market who want their own cultural fashion icon, the vast majority will be listening to music on one device only - and that's never going to be the iPod.
  • . Let's just say the market hasn't been the most brilliant at this so I should be forgiven a little cynisism.
  • . My secondary point is to suggest that Dr Bulls' claims that no one wants mobile games or mobile marketing based on the findings of research into iPods is a little spurious - actually he's probably been misquoted in the article anyway.

    Making Outsized Returns in the Stock Market - Using the Dow Theory
  • Web Email Address: Your Name: Got an Ezine Marketing or Email Newsletter Question? ::/ Making Outsized Returns in the Stock Market - Using the Dow Theory By Article Word Count: 3429 Report This Article Report this article if you suspect it is not original content, is in violation of our Editorial Guidelines or our Author's Terms of Service.
  • . The Dow Theory It is interesting and amazing to note that not until Charles Dow started compiling the Dow Jones Industrial and Dow Jones Rail Index and started writing about the stock market a little over a hundred years ago, stock speculation was regarded merely as a game for the rich or as gambling for the brave.
  • . In a series of stunning editorials for the Wall Street Journal at the turn of the century, Dow laid out the foundation of his own theory on the stock market.
  • . Among them were: The market is always to be considered as having three movements, all going on at the same time.
  • . There are three phases to both a primary bull market and a primary bear market (not to be confused with the three movements mentioned above).


    January 31, 2006 Purcell Agricultural Commodity Market Report

  • Weekly Purcell Agricultural Commodity Market Report Mike Roberts Commodity Marketing Agent Virginia Tech January 31, 2006 CORN on Monday at the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) opened firm before moving to new one-month highs with help from the soybean complex.
  • . The Relative Strength Index (RSI) indicates a market is overbought at 70 or greater and oversold at or below a value of 30.
  • . This movement obliterated the notion that the market may be approaching a downward measuring gap.
  • . The 14 day RSI on the NOV’06 bean contract registered a healthy bull-market 49.48 by the end of the day.
  • . If dry conditions remain, the market may test price to see if these ending stocks could be reduced in light of growing worldwide demand.
  • . Is the market telling us that it does not trust there is enough supply to meet demand? Commercial hedging pressured price after the MAR’06 contract spiked 14.2¢/bu for a short time to $6.034/bu before quickly retreating after a run up in soymeal.

    February 7, 2006 Purcell Agricultural Commodity Market Report
  • Weekly Purcell Agricultural Commodity Market Report Mike Roberts Commodity Marketing Agent Virginia Tech February 7, 2006 Grain commodity trading benefited last week from activity from large funds now called "commercials." It is interesting to note the surge in open interest in grain futures in recent years.
  • . The near-year supply/demand markets show bearish and are likely to go more that way.
  • . Traders don't seem to mind this as more and more move into the Chicago market instead of the KCBT or the MGE which more often than not represents the true wheat fundamentals.
  • . As large funds expand their reach into the commodity markets in the name of portfolio diversification, they could now be considered large commercials.
  • . The tendency for these firms is to be long in the market continually propping up values with spreads that reached into back months.
  • . A concern is that what will happen if the money stop coming in or the market were to retreat? This would most likely be a bearish development but not a major market threat to plunge price.

    Brad Fallon: May 2004
  • . I could tell you about the alpha/enterprise version of Gmail that all the Google employees are using, but that will have to wait until everyone can get Gmail from Google (primary market) than eBay (secondary market (or incredibly smart viral marketing campaign)).
  • . Maybe those 100 PhD's are starting to delve into marketing...
  • . Posted by Brad at | May 21, 2004 Welcome Washington Post Online Readers Blog traffic spiked today with Cynthia Webb's (free registration required) about the secondary market for Gmail.
  • . Posted by Brad at | May 03, 2004 Seth Godin's latest e-book, Bull Market 2004 is out, and it's free or $21 to his charity choice; you pick.
  • . If you're into the Internet or marketing, or especially, Internet marketing, you must read anything Seth puts out anyway, so click .

    Putting Together the "Customer Profile"
  • . Putting Together the "Customer Profile" The preceding discussion of ways consumers can be classified or described indicates the multidimensional nature of people in the marketplace.
  • . People who are contemplating starting a business frequently say, "Wouldn't it be a lot easier if all consumers were alike?" It would be easier to tailor your offering to the market if John Smith's interests were the same as Susan Jones' interests.
  • . However, if everyone wanted the same thing, then a few large businesses would dominate the marketplace.
  • . The beauty of our marketplace is that consumers are multidimensional.
  • . Instead of one tremendous homogeneous market, we have thousands of heterogeneous segments.
  • . A new business must direct its market offering to one or more segments of the population in which customers are in search of a business.
  • . As noted earlier, the rifle approach will be effective only if you can clearly identify the specific target market you will be trying to satisfy.

    Finance News on Yahoo! India
  • . What the media seems to forget is that IPOs do not operate independent of the secondary market once made, they list on it and are influenced by it to a large extent.
  • . The market has now fallen by over 25 per cent, and even the prices of the bluest among blue chips have taken a beating.
  • . (Since then, the market has crashed further, and all stocks, including IPOs, have fallen).
  • . If investors were bullish on the market or the company, or were plain greedy and did not use the exit opportunity, should overpricing be blamed? The lessons   Rather than fret over new issue pricing, the focus should be on improving disclosures to help investors make informed decisions Companies usually float issues in a buoyant secondary market.
  • . When the bull run continues, the post-listing prices of issues already made also rise, keeping pace with market trends and with the share prices of peer companies.
  • . That explains why the issue price PEs (based on historical earnings) of the 2004-05 IPOs ranged from 1 to 382! Until recently, when the whole market was working on forward multiples, IPOs got priced similarly.

    August 1, 2000
  • . Walter Thompson, a unit of the WPP Group, acquired database marketing agency Go Direct Marketing.
  • . Aug 1, 2000 12:00 PM, PROMO STAFF The 2000-2001 school year could be a cram year for marketers.
  • . Proposed changes to the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) would restrict marketing...
  • . According to market research firm NPD Intelect, buyers of "white goods" (washers, dryers, refrigerators, ...
  • . Interep, a radio sales and marketing company, ...
  • . Aug 1, 2000 12:00 PM, BETSY SPETHMANN HBA-related Web sites deliver `intimacy marketing' to consumers.
  • . Aug 1, 2000 12:00 PM, PROMO STAFF Blockbuster acquisitions are swinging the power pendulum back toward manufacturers.Marketers joke about supermarket consolidation shrinking the universe...
  • . Aug 1, 2000 12:00 PM, BART FOREMAN We have all fallen into the "one-to-one" marketing trap.
  • . Aug 1, 2000 12:00 PM, DAN HANOVER The topics changed from session to session, but the theme at this year's Supermarket College conference was consistent: Loyalty marketing should be implemented... @CallCenter