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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Progressive, which pioneered segmented pricing in the 1990s, has grown markedly in the past several years.
6% private-passenger auto market share for 2004, Safeco implemented tiered pricing in May 2002 and has since seen a rise in market share (to 1.
We've tracked pretty carefully the states where they've got tiered pricing in," Cripe said.