The price of a property brings in a given market.
A securitys last reported sale price (if on an exchange) or its current bid...
The price believed to be paid for a given grade in a particular trading area at a given time, the price at which an appreciable tonnage can be traded.
A combination of the Bid, Ask, and Last prices into a single representative price. In OptionVue 5, when the Bid, Ask, and Last are all available, the default formula for MARKET PRICE is (10*Bid + 10*Ask + Last) / 21.
The price actually paid, or to be paid, for a property. It differs from market value in that it is an accomplished fact, whereas market value is and remains an estimate until proved. Market price involves no assumption of prudent conduct by the parties concerned.
The latest price at which a security has been bought or sold.
The price that a commodity brings when sold in a given market; prevailing price.
security's last reported sale price (if on an exchange) or its current bid and ask prices (if over-the-counter); i.e. the price as determined dynamically by buyers and sellers in an open market. also called market value. see also appraisal, at the money, book value, capital appreciation, capitalization, cartel, oligopoly, monopoly, collapse, crash, equilibrium price, intrinsic value, premium, discount, price discovery, replacement cost insurance, stated value, private market value.
(See sales price.)
Price at which an investor is willing to buy/sell a security on the open market. This is the offer (bid/ask) price for closed-end funds.
The price of a security. For shares, there are two prices quoted on the exchange â€“ bid price and offer price.
The latest prices at which a security is traded in a market.
The current price of an underlying instrument in the marketplace.
The current price at which the market for a particular contract is trading. This may be represented by the last trade price and the best bid/ask price.
The price at which a market clears.
The price or last reported price at which a security is currently trading.
the price of a share quoted at any given time on the stock exchange; the current price of a commodity, product, service, etc. in a competitive market.
The value of a job on the labor market. Compensation professionals consult relevant compensation surveys to determine the market price for a job in the company's classification system by benchmarking jobs according to job content as depicted in job descriptions.
The last reported price at which a stock or bond transaction took place in the secondary market.
Last reported price at which a stock or bond was sold.
Price at which a good can be sold in the open market
The price of a financial security - the market clearing price - which is found in the secondary market. The market price is determined by the buying (demand) and selling of investors (supply).
See Share price.
The price at which the quantity of goods and services demanded by consumers and the quantity supplied by producers are the same. This is sometimes called the equilibrium (a condition in which things are in balance) price.
The price the property brings in a given market.
The price a property should bring based on comparable sales of similar properties within recent months.
the price at which the quantity demanded is exactly equal to the quantity supplied
The actual price at which a property sells.
the price at which buyers and sellers trade the item in an open marketplace
a current price established in the usual or ordinary course of business between buyers and sellers free to bargain
The market price of a security is the price at which a security would change hands from one party to another assuming that both parties have all the pertinent information to make their decisions.
Profit-maximizing price at which the quantity of goods demanded and the quantity of goods supplied are equal.
It is the price a particular stock is currently selling for during the operating hours of the stock market.
The price that people actually pay for a good or service.
Annual High, Low, and Last prices. 5-10 year average "Last" prices are the averages of the annual high and low prices for the period and are so noted.
The current price of a security in the market.
A security's market price is the price at which it is currently selling on the exchange, market, or electronic communications network (ECN) where it is traded.
The price a particular buyer and seller agree to in a particular transaction.
The price at which the units of a scheme are quoted on a stock exchange.
The actual price paid for a property.
The price actually paid for property. Not the same as Market Value.
the actual price at which a property sold.
The price per bushel (or pound or hundredweight) of an agricultural commodity paid in the private sector. It can sometimes refer to the price paid at domestic seaports or large inland terminal markets (such as daily cash prices listed in newspapers) and sometimes refers to the farm price.
The price paid regardless of motives, pressures or intelligence.
The amount actually paid, or to be paid, for a property in a particular transaction. Market price differs from market value; it is an accomplished historical fact, whereas market value is and remains an estimate.
The actual reported price at which the stock or bond is currently sold in the open market, or the current quote.
The price at which a security can be bought or sold at any particular time.
The actual amount for which property is sold. Also called sale price or purchase price.
The price agreed to in transferring ownership of a share between a buyer and a seller.
The last sale price of a security on an exchange or its current bid and ask prices on the OTC (Over the Counter) market. Also called market value.
The price a property brings in a given market regardless of pressures, motives or intelligence.
the last reported price for a security trade
The price is the same as that which would normally be charged by an (another) external supplier.
Market price of risk Market prices
For securities traded through an exchange, the last reported price at which a security was sold; for securities traded 'over-the-counter,' the current price of the security in the market.
The average price consumers are willing to pay for a product based on supply and demand.
The amount received or paid for a unit of a commodity. Most market prices of farm commodities are quoted in bushels, pounds or hundred pounds, tons, or dozens.
The price that is currently being realized for a particular security or commodity
The price established in the market where buyers and sellers meet to buy and sell similar products.
The last price or current quote at which a security trades in the secondary market.
The current price or fair market value of the stock.
The most recent price at which a security transaction took place.
The price that a piece of property would command on the open market.
The latest price of a security (or other asset) in the market where the security (or other asset) is traded.
The price of investment fund units listed on a stock exchange or traded over the counter. The price is defined by market forces, whereas the issuing and redemption prices of the units are defined by the management company on the basis of the fund's net asset value (NAV).
Last reported price at which a security was sold on an exchange.
the most recent sale price displayed by the trading system.
The price of an ETF as determined by the market forces of supply and demand. Unlike regular open-end mutual funds, which are always bought and sold at NAV, the market price may differ from NAV. Most ETFs typically trade at market prices near their NAVs.
The current price of an instrument or asset in the markets.
With respect to assets (stocks, bonds, debentures, real estate, etc.) the price actually paid or the price considered to be obtainable in the open market under current conditions.
The price to buy or sell shares and securities on the open market.
The actual amount for which a piece of property is sold. Also, "sales price", "purchase price".
The value of an asset based on the price it would fetch if sold now.
the actual price at which property is sold.
The price a ready, willing, and able buyer actually pays for a property.
The last reported price at which the stock or bond sold, or the current quote. (See: Quote)
The price a property brings in a given market. Commonly used interchangeably with market value, although not truly the same. See also "Market Value."
The price at which a share can currently be Traded in the market.
The last reported price at which the security sold.
The actual selling or leasing price of a property.
The prevailing price at which a security can be bought or sold on the market.
In the case of a security, market price is usually considered the last reported price at which the stock or bond is sold.
The prevailing price of shares traded on the Australian Stock Exchange. May be the last price at which the shares traded, or the most recent price offered or bid for the shares.
The actual open market price paid in a transaction where real estate is traded.
The actual price paid for real property.
The last reported price at which a stock sold.
he price as determined dynamically by buyers and sellers in an open market. Also called market value. In the case of a security, its last reported sale price.
The last reported price at which a security was sold or the current quote. See: Last Sale
In the case of securities, the market price is usually considered the last reported price at which the stock or bond has been sold
The most recent price at which buyers and sellers trade similar items in an open marketplace.
The price established in the market where buyers and sellers compete with each other to negotiate the best prices and terms.
The price paid regardless of pressures, motives, or intelligence.
The most current price of a security.
Market price is an economic concept with commonplace familiarity; it is the price that a good or service is offered at, or will fetch, in the marketplace; it is of interest mainly in the study of microeconomics. Market value is the total market price of a given quantity of a good. In the case of a company, the total market value of the company's shares is its market capitalization.