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mark-up

1. a percentage or amount added to the cost of a commodity to provide the seller with a profit and to cover overheads, costs, etc.
2. 
a. an increase in the price of a commodity
b. the amount of this increase
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Secondary selling sites have been slammed as critics say sellers are often people who buy as many tickets as they can to resell at huge mark-ups rather than fans who cannot attend events due to a clash of dates.
Wetherspoons said: "Local mark-ups depend on rent and rates.
At the very least, all touts should be licensed and forced to abide by a cap on mark-ups.
Cabrera noted that overpricing and unnecessary mark-ups will be totally eliminated, as the premium price will be based on the Insurance Commission tariff rates.
net estimates the wholesale prices already represent an average mark-up of 10% on retail prices in the US, highlighting the continued trend of inflated early-adopter pricing on Apple products for UAE consumers.
Chocolate bars, crisps and meat snacks also enjoyed huge mark-ups - 380%, 302% and 200% respectively.
The NHIF's move was in breach of the cap on retail pharmacy mark-ups set out in an ordinance.
The mark-ups and markdowns charged by Citi International were outside of appropriate standards for fair pricing in debt transactions, and FINRA will continue to identify and address transactions that violate fair pricing standards, regardless of whether a mark-up or markdown is above or below 5 percent.
2%, thanks to advertising and low mark-ups - the shelf premium on four pints of semi-skimmed is down from 23% in February 2008 to 12% this May.
AIRLINE passengers are being hit with huge mark-ups on mini toiletries they buy at airports.
It has driven desperate fans to ticket websites with eye-watering mark-ups.