Retail price


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Retail price

The total price charged for a product sold to a customer, which includes the manufacturer's cost plus a retail markup.

Retail Price

The price the end user of a product pays. That is, if one buys a vacuum in order to use it instead of to sell it to another store, one likely pays the retail price. The retail price includes all expenses the retailer incurs, plus a mark-up.
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But while asymmetric retail price change is consistent with the idea that profits may sometimes be excessive, it is not sufficient proof that this is occurring.
Some others in the area increased retail prices by margins exceeding the wholesale price hikes.
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campaign released figures that showed Californians already pay some of the highest retail prices in the nation for their milk.
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Kahn, involving a dispute between a service station owner and his gasoline supplier over how much he could charge for a gallon of gasoline, the Supreme Court unanimously overturned the legal prohibition on producer set ceilings on retail prices.
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