discounted in/by market

Definition

The process by which the market adjusts its value prior to the release of information that could otherwise effect drastic movement of prices. The market either anticipates the information, as in a expected rate hike by the Fed, or the information is sparsely disseminated so that the price change occurs more gradually.
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