quantity traded

quantity traded

the amount of a PRODUCT (or FACTOR OF PRODUCTION) that is bought or sold. In most markets the quantity traded will depend upon the interaction of DEMAND and SUPPLY in determining the product's EQUILIBRIUM MARKET PRICE.
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The counters at all three OMCs witnessed brisk activity with the total traded shares far exceeding the average quantity traded in the past two weeks.
However, the illegal sale of oil by Isil will not have any impact on the global oil prices as the quantity traded is too small, they said.
Orders received over a period are then collected and opening price and quantity traded derived based on the basis of supply and demand.
The combined effects of these two shifts, of course, are that equilibrium price goes down and equilibrium quantity traded goes up.
The study finds that while total quantity traded each year through sales and leases is variable among the states and regions, with only a few exceptions the number of transactions and average prices for water sales and leases are rising.
One important consideration for the uninformed investor is her inability to attain fair value, where this inability is defined as the quantity traded times the wedge between the uninformed expected value and the traded price.
According to data presented by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), a non-governmental organization (NGO) based in Switzerland, there are an estimated 50,000-70,000 MAP species used worldwide; 70-90% of the MAP species are wild collected; approximately 3000 of these MAP species are traded internationally; 50-70% of the total quantity traded is wild collected; and about 15,000 MAP species may be threatened to some degree worldwide.
In view of this, going back to the Edgeworth Box example already discussed in the first part of the Appendix, but assuming now that one of the two commodities traded ('nuts') shares the essential properties of money (large supply and general diffusion, hence 'constant marginal utility'), while the other ('apples') does not, Marshall categorically asserts that, independently of the path followed by the exchange process, '[i]n this case the bargaining must issue in [a determinate outcome]': precisely, what turns out to be determined in this case is both the total quantity traded of the commodity proper ('apples') and the final rate of exchange between the two commodities.
The increase in quantity traded results in a lower domestic price in
We first concentrate on the intensive margin by looking at the influence of the pricing mechanism (proportional bargaining, generalized Nash bargaining and constant mark-up pricing) on the quantity traded and the hold-up problem.
Assuming a homogenous commodity and zero transportation costs, the free trade equilibrium is represented by quantity traded Q at price P.