Soft Price

Soft Price

1. The price of a security or other asset that is either remaining the same or gradually falling.

2. A price for anything that is open for negotiation.
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As long as new capacity continues to be installed at levels well in excess of demand, soft price levels and low mill operating rates will be consequences.
2 per cent in November as food prices dropped and housing costs were steady, data showed on Thursday, as analysts forecast only soft price pressures in the real estate sector next year.
Also, in response to the soft price for natural gas near-term, the Company initiated an effort to exploit the horizontal Pettet at County Line - a known oil reservoir.
Instead of soft price caps, Fielder said, FERC should adopt cost-based caps.
So homebuyers can take advantage of soft prices currently across India and make returns of over 20 per cent per annum over next three to five years," he concluded.
Despite the continuing soft prices, the economy is expected to achieve 3.
Each of this year's winners and finalists deserves praise for important contributions to the metals sector in these challenging times of oversupply and soft prices.
3% in United States (US) dollar terms in the first half, weighed down by subdued demand and soft prices for export commodities including coal and rubber.
While the sector benefits from the soft prices prevailing for coal and natural gas, it is also faced with the growing pressure of environmental regulations.
On top of this, house building activity is likely to be constrained by persistently weak housing market activity, soft prices and a worrisome outlook.
The latter was viewed as mainly opportunistic buying due to soft prices.