market price


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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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I see ye coming-to, and I ses to my poor self, "I'll have another ready for him, and he'll bear in mind the market price of opium, and pay according.
If every farmer was to mix flowers an' vegetables, then every farmer would get double the market price, an' then there wouldn't be any double market price.
They pay me ten cents a dozen more than the market price, because my specialty is one-day eggs.
Poyser, to supply my house with milk, cream, and butter at the market prices.
He spent his evenings poring over accounts, or making endless calculations based on cheaper freights for copra and on the possible maximum and minimum market prices for that staple of commerce.
As a result, the market price rises for large consumers and the power companies gain their windfall profit stream--up to [euro]2.
Here's how it works: A company usually sets the exercise price equal to the market price of the stock on the grant date, so no compensation expense from stock options is reported.
When the market price of the convertible lies along the horizontal part of the price curve, it trades more like a bond.
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).
Market price, annualized dividend yield, net asset value are historical and will fluctuate and do not guarantee future results.