Break Price

Business / Finance / Break Price: Used in the context of general equities. Change one's offering or bid prices to move to a more realistic, tight level where execution is more feasible. Often done to trim one's position, thus 'breaking price' from where the trades occurred (if long, 'break price' downward 1/8 a point or more).

Other Words for Break

Break Verb Synonyms: break apart or up or asunder, fracture, rupture, break into bits, come apart, shatter, shiver, crack, crash, splinter, fragment, split, burst, explode, bust
Break Noun Synonyms: fracture, split, separation, rupture, breach, rift, schism
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Other Words for Price

Price Verb Synonyms: sacrifice, toll, penalty, cost, consequence
Price Noun Synonyms: charge, cost, expense, expenditure, outlay, payment, amount, figure, fee, quotation, appraisal, value, valuation, evaluation, worth
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Price Improvement

Business / Taxes / Price Improvement: Price improvement occurs when you pay less or receive more on a securities transaction than the bid and offer prices being currently quoted. In other words, the price you pay to buy is lower than the MORE

Price Impact Costs

Business / Finance / Price Impact Costs: Related: Market impact costs MORE

Price Index

Business / Agriculture / Price Index: Current price expressed as a proportion to the same price in an earlier time period, commonly called the base period. Monthly price indexes computed by the National Agricultural Statistics Service are MORE

Price Leadership

Business / Finance / Price Leadership: A price charged by the dominant producer that becomes the price adopted by all the other producers. MORE

Price List

Business / Finance / Price List: A schedule that associates prices with individual products. This list allows you to forecast sales in units and still create projections in dollars. See also Discount List. MORE

Price Give

Business / Finance / Price Give: Used in the context of general equities. Willingness of a buyer or seller to negotiate on price, within reason, from the price at the last sale or the indicated level. See: Takes price. MORE

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