Price Maker


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Price Maker

A monopoly or a similar company that is able to heavily influence the prices charged for its products because no other companies have the same product or a similar product of the same quality. A price maker is essentially able to charge whatever it wants so long as it does not run afoul of antitrust laws.
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China's view of supply security is now increasingly a question of becoming a price maker and being involved in the entire supply chain globally," said Michal Meidan, director of consultancy China Matters.
Meanwhile, the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec), led by Saudi Arabia, the world's largest exporter, abandoned its traditional position as a price maker in November in favour of gripping onto market share.
Acting Deputy Managing Director of the IME Mehrzad Namdari said, "Due to the high capacities and relative advantages of our country in the production of some commodities, including oil-related and petrochemical products, it was a long time that producers were craving for Iran to play an effective role in becoming a price maker of petroleum products in the international markets.
I must add that we are a price maker in the local cattle market.
Rhona O'Connell, Head of Metals Research and Forecasting at Thomson Reuters, noted that the first half of 2013 was the period in which gold exchange traded funds, with their day-to-day transparency, became an increasingly important price maker, rather than a price taker, as an ever more unsettled professional gold market responded to bearish external financial forces.
Rhona O'Connell, head of Metals Research and Forecasting at Thomson Reuters, said in the first half, gold exchange-traded funds, with their day-to-day transparency, became an increasingly important price maker, rather than a price taker, as an ever more unsettled professional gold market responded to bearish external financial forces.
Gold traded funds, with their day-to-day transparency, became an "increasingly important price maker, rather than a price taker," during the first half of 2013, according to Rhona O'Connell, Head of Metals Research and Forecasting at Thomson Reuters.
According to the report from IME international affairs and PR, Mehrzad Namdari the deputy managing director in operations of IME said in an interview: "due to high capacities and relative advantages of our country in production of some commodities including oil-related and petrochemical products, it was a long time that the producers were craving for Iran to play an effective role to become price maker of petroleum products in the international market.
Sberbank is the price maker on retail deposits and other banks would have to follow suit, but their NIMs (and profitability in general) are in most cases in much worse shape than Sberbank's.
Further, to ensure that each PD is performing its obligation as price maker on both sides, i.
They have the influential position but they are not a price maker," he said.
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