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Flash Price

On a ticker tape, the current price of a security that interrupts a long-delayed price. That is, in a situation in which trading volume is so heavy that the ticker publicly announcing quotes is delayed by a significant amount of time, usually more than five minutes, the ticker might interrupt the series of delayed prices with a flash price to keep investors as up to date as possible. This was fairly common before electronic tickers were used, but has become largely a non-issue since then because electronic tickers announce prices in real time.

flash price

The price of a selected security reported out-of-order on the consolidated tape when market volume becomes so heavy that the tape runs six or more minutes late. Flash prices are intended to provide traders and investors with up-to-date information on widely held stock.
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NAND flash prices increased year over year for the first time ever, up 17 percent, while DRAM prices rose 44 percent.
NAND flash prices increased year over year for the first time ever, up 17%, while DRAM prices rose 44%, the company added.
NAND flash prices increased 17 percent from 2016 to 2017 for the first time ever, while DRAM prices rose 44 percent, Gartner added.
Just as in the retail and direct-to-consumer segments, flash prices for the varietal skewed higher than normal with the majority of offers fetching flash prices between $20 and $40.
A $19,000 price point is still an achievement in the grand scheme of things, but NAND flash prices would need to fall to between 7-8 cents per GB for this drive to cost under $1,000.
As flash prices continue to drop, we're seeing increased usage of the technology here in the region.
In the meantime, AMD said it was seeing flash prices firming up, but "not rocketing up".
On Wednesday, a major chip company said that DRAM and NAND Flash prices fell 34% and 24%, respectively, during the quarter.
In the past 12 months, wines with flash prices of between $15 and $29 accounted for 63% of all wines from Sonoma County wineries offered in June.
The higher end did see growth, as offers for wines with flash prices more than [dollar]30 rose from 856 in 2016 to 1,040 in the past 12 months.
The flash memory business is a cyclical growth market, which is characterized by periods of strong growth and profitability such as we saw between 2002 and 2007, punctuated by periods of oversupply and declining flash prices like those we are experiencing today.
These offers listed in the table on page 36 had high flash prices and earned high marks from at least two of the following publications: the Wine Advocate, Wine Enthusiast, Wine Spectator and International Wine Cellar, which is now part of Vinous.