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Markup

1. The additional price one pays when one buys a security from a broker-dealer. That is, when one buys a security, one pays the broker-dealer an extra percentage or a flat fee as commission. This markup forms the bulk of the broker-dealer's income.

2. See: Spread.

3. The extra amount a retailer charges a customer for a good over and above what it paid the wholesaler. For example, if one pays Wal-Mart $20 for a toaster, and Wal-Mart bought it from the manufacturer for $15, the markup is $5.

mark-up

the PROFIT MARGIN on a good or service which can be expressed as a percentage of the cost of the product or a percentage of its selling price. See PRICING METHODS, COST-BASED PRICING.
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However, according to the documents, some of the mark-ups seem to have hop, skip and jumped straight into the stratosphere.
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It's here where OTHER PEOPLE'S TREASURES really shines: Ravenscroft takes a realistic approach in calculating where profit happens and how it might not happen, pointing out how sellers can assess each book for maximum profits and discard those which are a waste to list, such as big, heavy books with small mark-ups.
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But mark-ups of about 80% for retailers mean many are reluctant to.
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25 percent more per bottle because of the wholesalers' mark-ups.
Do we have to choose between mark-ups and salaries everywhere in the world?
Wholesalers and distributors in Zimbabwe for instance, add mark-ups of as much as 43% for branded and generic drugs, while innovator drugs are marked up as high as 45%.
Fine Gad, the main opposition party, said a price survey conducted at the three major multiples, Tesco, Dunnes and Superquinn, showed mark-ups of more than 200% on staple lines.
THE family of former Indonesian dictator Suharto pocketed hundreds of millions of pounds in the 1990s through huge mark-ups on arms deals, including the purchase of Hawk jets from Britain, the Jakarta Post newspaper reported yesterday.
today announced that its National Adjudicatory Council (NAC), NASD Regulation's appellate body, affirmed the findings of an NASD Regulation Hearing Panel decision, holding Ralph Angeline, former Director of Trading at Monroe Parker Securities, liable for his participation in the manipulation and excessive mark-ups of Steve Madden Ltd.