Discount Stock Price Definition

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Financial Analysis Training & Glossary TermsDiscount Stock Price:

(1) The difference between the original offering price of a security and the price to which it may fall in the “after offering” market.

(2) The amount by which a security sells below its face value (par value). A $1,000 par value bond selling at 95 (worth $950) would be selling at a $5 or 5% discount. The opposite of premium.

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