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  • noun Alternative spelling of fire sale.

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Examples

  • NOT to mention what the Marlins got for their "firesale" - another world series.

    Yahoo! Sports - Top News

  • With so much young talent, a firesale is a pretty definite possibility at the trade deadline if the Reds aren't contending, just to make room for all these guys.

    Red Reporter

  • Using a budget crisis to treat our public assets as a firesale is a uniquely Republican strategy and I hope nobody will fall for it.

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  • Using a budget crisis to treat our public assets as a firesale is a uniquely Republican strategy and I hope nobody will fall for it.

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  • Mr Lenihan told Mr Wilson that a full register of Northern Irish loans being transferred to NAMA would be available shortly and that there would not be a 'firesale' of Northern Ireland based assets.

    RTÉ News

  • Michael Noonan in a recent discussion of NAMA on Saturday View endorsed the government's excuse for NAMA (preventing a "firesale").

    Politics.ie

  • Michael Noonan in a recent discussion of NAMA on Saturday View endorsed the government's excuse for NAMA (preventing a "firesale").

    Politics.ie

  • This "firesale" price is well below their true value.

    Vox Nova

  • Bernanke wants government to pay significant premium over current "firesale" price for troubled assets.

    Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis

  • Bernanke wants government to pay significant premium over current "firesale" price for troubled assets.

    Safehaven

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