full price

Full price

Also called dirty price; the price of a bond including accrued interest. Related: Flat price.

full price

Fair price as applied to a security or an acquisition. For example, if a firm's stock is selling at close to full price, the firm is less likely to be a candidate for a takeover.
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He had accepted the half-crown as the full price of silence, and was now endeavouring to be friendly in order to make amends.
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3% higher and the group said it was maintaining its guidance for the full year, with brand full price sales expected to be up between 3.
I have a car which I purchased for the full price and I also pay the full price for my Vehicle Excise Licence.
Increasing the discount to 25 per cent means you will make just PS25 profit requiring you to double your unit sales to generate the same amount of profit at the full price.
He paid the Full Price during His atonement on the cross in order to satisfy the righteousness of God.
Summary: Ajman Police have arrested a group of Asians who were found to be exploiting customers by charging full price for half-filled gas cylinders.
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Either option equates to a $50 discount on the device, which has already sold over 10 million handsets in its first month on the market, likely most at full price.
com, more than half (56%) of all Brits say there are certain things they never expect to pay full price for.
Half of Brits won't ever, or very rarely, pay full price as the recession changes how we shop
39 for those who qualify for a reduced price and 28 cents for those who pay the full price, but the districts won't know the actual reimbursement amount until July.