Soft Price

Soft Price

1. The price of a security or other asset that is either remaining the same or gradually falling.

2. A price for anything that is open for negotiation.
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After a few difficult years for the industry, with a sharp decline in oil prices that has affected appetite for exploration in certain areas, including the Eastern Mediterranean, a soft price recovery is generally expected by analysts in 2017.
New Zealand has seen soft price pressures over the past year, leaving aside the one-off impact of a rise in the government sales tax in October 2010.
As long as new capacity continues to be installed at levels well in excess of demand, soft price levels and low mill operating rates will be consequences.
Summary: DUBAI -- Dubai's annual inflation rate edged lower to 0.2 per cent in November as food prices dropped and housing costs were steady, data showed on Thursday, as analysts forecast only soft price pressures in the real estate sector next year.
In the interim, the BSP's policy rate settings are expected to remain on hold in view of the still buoyant domestic demand conditions in the face of soft price pressures, Ong said.
The BSP's policy-rate settings are expected to remain on hold in view of the still buoyant domestic demand conditions in the face of soft price pressures, JP Morgan Southeast Asia economist Sin Ben Ong said.
Summary: Soft prices and bargains from developers have more favouring this asset option
The market situation continues to be tough due to the ongoing political climate in the region, ample supply and soft prices. The current downward cycle that started in the second half of 2017 appears to have either approached the bottom or bottomed out - depending on which research report one trusts more.
The Ivory Coast's figure would have been higher, but a weak cocoa harvest and soft prices on international markets dragged down output.
As a result, the industry will still have to deal with somewhat soft prices in next year's renewals.
"We were able to reduce the overall costs of production, which also alleviated the impact of the soft prices of sugar," Tubio added.
Soft prices coincided with geopolitical difficulties in the region which delayed payments for exports due from the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG).