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  • Actually the latter was effectively cheaper, because the winning bidder at auction typically pays an additional charge to the auction house, called a buyer's premium, that can range from 15% to 18%.

    Click, Click, Sold! Bidding for Bottles Online

  • More than 300 bars and liquor stores can't buy beer, wine or liquor to sell to consumers because their $20 alcohol-purchasing licenses, known as buyer's cards, have expired, a casualty of the July 1 shutdown.

    Shutdown Hits Happy Hour

  • In the case of these particular trades, if SIRI gets to $2 and up to or past the call buyer's breakeven point the strike price of the call plus what the call buyer paid for the contract, the call seller stands to have his shares called away.

  • I'm betting that many of them, if they're paying attention to what Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., wants to do to the Medicare program, are having some serious buyer's remorse.

    Wendell Potter: Are Seniors Paying Attention to Paul Ryan's Plan for Medicare?

  • I plan on suffering from buyer's remorse through most of January so I will be too busy.

    Just Wait Until You See Our Self-Help Book

  • Consider the calculation from the buyer's perspective: When yields are negative, bondholders can only make a capital gain if yields drop even further below zero.

    Europe Weird and New

  • Daniella Zalcman for The Wall Street Journal The Housing Development Fund Corp., which owns the building, stipulates that the buyer's income cannot exceed $80,000.

    Low-End Digs

  • But the Housing Development Fund Corp., which owns the building, stipulates that the buyer's income cannot exceed $80,000.

    Picking Over the Low End

  • Throughout this campaign, a variety of candidates have risen and fallen as caucusgoers have fallen in love and then been struck by buyer's remorse.

    Iowa and the Future of the GOP

  • Selling options is much riskier than buying them—the buyer's risk is limited to the premium paid—and restricting investors' sales of the instruments is a typical measure adopted in emerging economies, the regulator said.

    China Eases Yuan-Option Rules

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