Seller-s-market meaning

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A market condition in which demand exceeds supply, resulting in rising prices and favorable terms for sellers.
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A market favorable to sellers, with tight supply, high prices, etc.
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A market situation in which a scarcity of goods or services available for sale makes competition among buyers fierce. Selling prices are driven upwards and sellers reap strong profits. It contrasts with a buyer’s market, in which there are many products or services to choose from and prices are driven down, which potentially can depress profits.
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(economics, finance, idiomatic) An excess of demand over supply, leading to abnormally high prices; a market condition favoring the seller.

Pay any price you have to. We're in a seller's market right now.

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