Posted by Brian from Shawnee on August 27, 2007
In Reply to: In/on the market posted by Grace on August 26, 2007
: In business/economics, is there a difference between "in the market" and "on the market"?
If your business is "on the market", it is for sale.
If your business is "in the market", it provides a certain type of product or service.
"In the market" could also mean that you own stocks, bonds, or other liquid Wall Street-type investments.