Did you perchance mean aftermarket?
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The market for parts and accessories used in the upkeep or enhancement of a previous purchase, as of a car or computer.
“Paul Pong, managing director of Hong Kong-based Pegasus Fund Managers, said investors in Hong Kong weren't excited about the new offering because of the poor after-market performance of recently listed stocks.”
“In New York, Potash Corp. shares are lower in after-market trading.”
“The stock was down 1.3% in after-market trading after the software firm's earnings only met analysts' expectations, excluding a five-cent tax benefit.”
“Rather than spend the money on after-market iPod headphones that wrap around your ear, you can keep the default earbuds in place with a couple of twist-ties wrapped around the base of the earbud and then looped over your ear.”
“But copper pared its losses in after-market trade on reports that European Union leaders hope to agree on a comprehensive plan to fix the region's debt problems by next Wednesday at the latest.”
“NEW YORK—Copper settled at a 15-month low on escalating concerns about Europe's debt, but pared some of its losses in after-market trade after French and German leaders said a deal to expand the region's rescue fund will likely be signed by next week.”
“And, following its 8% after-market gain, it again passes the oil major as America's most valuable company.”
“Amgen shares rose 0.7% to $59 in after-market trading.”
“The preliminary earnings announcement sent Hartford shares down 2.9% to $24.87 in after-market trading.”
“Moody's again roiled traders in after-market hours when the credit ratings agency placed U.S. government debt on review for a possible downgrade.”
Looking for tweets for after-market.