The price between the bid (quoted by the buyer) and offer (quoted by the seller) prices.
An exchange rate that is determined during foreign exchange trade (at 09.30 in Sweden). Bid and ask rates in both the spot and forward markets are determined on the basis of the mid-price.
Average price between the buying and selling price for assets and shares on the market. The quotes in the daily newspaper are generally listed as the mid price.
the mid-point between the Bid and Offer prices. This is used for many valuation and ratio calculations and is the price shown when companies are featured in newspapers such as The Financial Times.
The average of the bid and offer prices... more on Mid-price
A page of SETS or SEAQ which gives the current mid-price of stocks. Where the colour of the price is blue, this indicates that the most recent price movement has been upwards. Where the colour of the price is red, this indicates that the most recent movement was downwards.
The price half-way between the 2 prices shown on the London Stock Exchange's daily official list under quotation, or the average of both buying and selling prices offered by the market-makers.