Invoice price

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Invoice price

The price that the buyer of a futures contract must pay the seller when the underlying asset (such as Treasury bond) is delivered.

Invoice Price

1. In Treasury futures contracts, the amount the buyer must pay the seller when the Treasury note is delivered. This is calculated as the settlement price of the future, plus interest that has accrued.

2. In international trade, the price against which an ad valorem tariff is levied. The tariff is calculated as a percentage of the price listed on an invoice.

3. In the automotive industry, the price a manufacturer charges a dealer before any applicable discounts or rebates.
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The report points out that the above analyses are based on invoice prices and do not reflect various rebates and off-invoice discounts.
Again data from your end on import prices or invoice prices from the US is also a key to establishing whether [Mighty] has been truthfully declaring import values for correct payment of duties and taxes," Suansing said.
54 increase in manufacturers' invoice prices for this year's models as compared with last year's models.
This means distributor invoice prices - upon which they base their markups - rarely correlate to the price they paid for a product, said one expert, who likened the process to "negotiating a used car deal.
The probe further found violations in assigning public tenders, artificially hiked invoice prices, and poor living conditions for the refugees - all leading to abuse of resources from the European Refugee Fund.
Should there be a parting of the ways, the client knows the customers, the range stocked, sales volumes and invoice prices.
8 percent of the average increase in manufacturers' invoice prices.
Last month, we talked about information that you should know when considering a car purchase (see "Car Buying 101," Shopsmart, October 2004), such as where to get pricing data and dealer invoice prices.
Congress had put in place an American Selling Price (ASP) tariff system in 1909, replacing ad valorem tariffs based on invoice prices by tariffs based on what the imported commodity would cost to produce in America.
Thus, the court concluded that a reseller using the dollar-value LIFO method must determine current-year cost by reference to actual invoice prices, not replacement cost.
Controls such as checking building work had been done, comparing invoice prices with quotes and making sure favoured builders were not given inside information were frequently not carried out.
Since Chrome's vehicle data is updated weekly, the MSRP and Invoice prices shown are current as well as reliable.