Issue Price

  • Definition: The price at which a security, such as a stock or bond, is offered to the public during an initial public offering (IPO) or a secondary offering. It represents the price at which investors can purchase the newly issued securities from the issuing company or entity. The issue price is determined based on various factors, including market conditions, demand for the securities, and the company’s valuation.
  • Alternate Term: Offering Price, Initial Price