Quoted price


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Quoted price

The price at which the last trade of a particular security or commodity took place.

Quote

1. The highest price that a buyer is willing to pay for a security and the lowest price that a seller is willing to receive. The quote is displayed on a ticker and provides investors with the current price for each security.

2. On an exchange, the last price at which a security, commodity, or derivative traded. This changes throughout a trading day and is recorded on the ticker.
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The Drafts proposal uses the quoted price on the shipment date (incorporating any comparability adjustments) as the "pricing date," which is defined as "the specific date or time period selected (e.
This tender was floated on May 21,2012 in all 15 bidders participated in the tender and quoted prices ranging from US$ 411.
In addition to the effects discussed, buyers that visit fewer sellers in the Low Search-Tracking treatment receive additionally higher quoted prices.
The quoted price should include the options you want, plus tax, licensing and registration fees, and not much else.
Adhere to the quoted price and invoice customers promptly.
Customers who pre- ordered 500MHz machines will be offered the 450MHz model at its originally quoted price.
One key area is integration: Not only must the quoted price cover cost and profit margins, but that information must flow to the rest of the system, to be used as a standard for manufacturing that part, if and when the order is received.
For the import of 50,000 metric tons urea third tender was opened on last Thursday and some 13 international suppliers participated in the tender and quoted price ranging $426.
Pete ended our marriage and I would not have done that to someone else unless I had no choice," Contactmusic quoted Price as saying.
The complainant challenged whether any flights were available at the quoted price because the flights were offered on the ba.
Plans vary and you don't have to pay the quoted price, advises Mendelson.
When heat treat is contracted as an afterthought after the job has been secured, it can sometimes have a negative (profit-reducing) impact on the original quoted price.