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market price

the prevailing price, as determined by supply and demand, at which goods, services, etc., may be bought or sold
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Such options are less attractive to employers because they are more likely to result in recognition of an employee compensation expense since the option's exercise price may be less than the stock's market price at the measurement date (an in the money option).
To give the CPUC an illustration of transition costs, Edison has made sample calculations showing potential transition costs and the sensitivity of these figures to market price assumptions.
As far as I know, there never have been realistic market prices to evaluate deposits and core repurchase agreements of a community bank, either with or without the intangibles normally associated with those deposits and core repurchase agreements.
107 says some financial instruments, such as interest rate swaps and foreign-currency contracts, are "customtailored" and may require a market value estimate based on the quoted market price of a similar financial instrument, adjusted as appropriate for the effects of tailoring.
The fourth chapter examines the poultry egg market in 2005/2006 mainly including production of poultry layers and poultry eggs import and export consumption market price analysis of major enterprises and influences brought by state policies and events.
Fortesque Field has produced 260,000,000 barrels of oil or $18,200,000,000 at current market prices of $70.
The closing actual block market price of cheese (the "spot" price) on February 24, 2004 (the date of the company's fourth quarter 2003 earnings release) was $1.
M&As that encompass a suspension period prior to the listing of the post-acquisition or post-merger entity will also be implemented as of the close of the last trading day, prior to the suspension of the acquired or merging entities, using market prices.
It is now projected that in 2001 and 2002, wholesale market prices in the Mid-Atlantic region will generally be below the level in the power market consultant's projections performed late in 2000 for those years.
The Company's earnings and stock market prices may vary materially from those that were assumed for purposes of the earnings projections, due to a variety of factors, including general and local economic conditions, interest rate changes, risks associated with acquisitions, credit risks, regulatory risks and competition, and those other factors identified in the Forward-Looking Statements section included in Item 1 of the Company's annual report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2000
Sugarcane earnings have improved compared to the first half of last year due to an increase in total production and higher market prices.
February as Buyers and Sellers Migrate Online to Get Market Prices