Demand Price

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Demand Price

The price for a good or service as determined by how much potential buyers want the good or service at a given level of supply. As demand for the product rises (assuming a constant supply), so does the demand price. Likewise, the demand price falls as demand drops. One uses the demand curve to calculate the demand price.
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Final demand prices moved up 0.1 percent in May and 0.2 percent in April.
According to Costin Raiu, the Director of the Global Research and Analysis Team (GReAT) at Kaspersky, which is dedicatedto hunting APTs, Volodya's reputation allowed him to demand prices as high as $200,000. 
It showed that in March, the 0.5 percent increase in final demand prices can be traced to the index for final demand services, which rose 0.7 percent, while prices for final demand goods were unchanged.
ISLAMABAD, January 03, 2012 (Frontier Star): Prices at weekly bazaars are on constant rise and shopkeepers demand prices contrary to the rate charts as they have the backing of the market administration.
The distinction between ordinary goods and indivisible goods is reflected in their demand prices. A person's demand price for an ordinary good is a continuously decreasing function of the amount consumed.
Demand prices, measured using the price homebuyers indicate they are willing to pay for a new home when searching on SmartNewHomes.com, have shown strong growth over recent months.
Demand prices, measured using the price homebuyers indicate they are willing to pay for a new home when searching on the SmartNewHomes.com website, have shown strong growth over recent months.
To remedy the current situation, European potato producers are urged by COPA to reduce the total area given over to potato growing, to reduce the volume of contracts when the level of prices is not fixed, to favour "tonnage" contracts and contract the maximum tonnage per hectare for "hectare" contracts, to demand prices excluding VAT, reject contracts offering prices below production costs and develop a better system of valuation in Europe.
Since an ad valorem tax on gross demand prices is often practiced, it is appropriate to calculate the optimum tax ratios so that the excess burden is minimized.
Final demand prices advanced 0.2 percent in April and 0.6 percent in March.
As for PPI, final demand prices were nudged up to -0.1% from -0.2% previously, with the core rate pushed up to unchanged from -0.1%.
"Homes in the close knit community that makes up the SA67 area, home to Pembrokeshire Housing's Heritage Viewscheme, are in such demand prices are soaring way ahead of the rest of the county."