Rational pricing


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Rational pricing

Prices that reflect the fundamental value of the security and the absence of arbitrage opportunities.
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as well as generally rational pricing conditions in the group long-disability market.
If loyalty really matters to a grocer, consistent, rational pricing strategies must be maintained.
The Minister also emphasised the need to focus on the determination of cost of services with an aim to determine a rational pricing structure for the Railways.
This naturally reduces the rational pricing of new research drugs.
Higher frequency of 9's at the end of prices is surely suspect in a world of conventional rational pricing models.
Insurers agreed to price plans without the usual rational pricing mechanisms in exchange for assurances that they would be able to offset the high-risk customers with a huge influx of newly insured, young, healthy members.
There is more rational pricing among operators now with most of them doing away with discounted minutes and promotional offers.
We would welcome any M&A deals in the sector that work in favor of consolidation, as this would probably translate into lower competition and a more rational pricing environment.
PPACA promised the removal of most of the rational pricing mechanisms would be offset by an influx of participants --many healthy--who would become a de facto price mechanism.
DPC meetings conducted on regular basis will help in fast track registration of products based on fair and rational pricing mechanism.
In the second step, the same procedure is carried out with the rational pricing constraint, implying that the coefficients of earnings and the respective components are equal both in the forecasting and the valuation equation.
Any political party which opposes subsidies, supports any kind of rational pricing on power or fuel, loses out on popularity -- if not most importantly -- on votes," said independent economist T.