Priced out

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Priced out

The market has already incorporated information, such as a low dividend, into the price of a stock.

Priced Out

In securities, describing a situation in which the market has already incorporated expected information into the price of a stock. That is, if a company's earnings are large for a particular quarter, it may leak the information so that the stock is priced out. That way, when the information is actually announced, it will not cause a sudden jump in price, which might suggest volatility. For this reason, the Federal Reserve issues statements indicating what policy changes it might make before it makes them, allowing the markets to price out the information. See also: Efficient markets theory.
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In this way our dairy produce came, in time, to command higher prices in the market than that sent by other communes.
In spite of the lower nine month natural gas prices in 2002, year to date revenues increased significantly to $5,161,000 in 2002, from $4,055,000 in 2001, as average natural gas production nearly doubled to 4.
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