Supply Price

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Supply Price

The price per unit for a good or service that justifies the production of a given amount of that good or service. If the market price falls below the supply price, production of the good or service will fall accordingly.
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By my assumptions, any collapse in expected cash flow will lead supply prices to fall proportionally so that the IRR is unaffected.
This email states in part, "Energy supply prices are set by the commodity market, not National Grid.
The agreement features a cut in supply prices and an crucial change in the price indexation to fully align it with the market.
However, this positive development was offset by the WoW advance in beef, onion, cabbage and water supply prices.
According to it the retailers have indirectly exchanged information on supply prices, negotiated with the same suppliers, and on the marketing strategies of the competition.
Electric and gas utility NSTAR (NYSE:NST) said on Monday that its residential customers can expect to be paying the lowest electricity supply prices in six years starting from this July.
Summary: Spanish Industry, Tourism and Trade Minister, Miguel Sebastian, will visit today Algeria to negotiate new gas supply prices for Spain for the period 2010-2013.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-15 January 2010-Denmark Dec '09 domestic supply prices down 0.
The Warwick University report is based on electricity supply prices from 1999 to 2006.
1, showing some strengthening in supply prices in the last month of the year.
For three or four decades, American entrepreneurs have flocked to Asia - initially to Japan, then to Taiwan, Korea, Hong Kong, and Singapore - to source goods because of the low supply prices.
BOSTON -- Beginning July 1st, NSTAR's residential customers can expect to be paying the lowest electricity supply prices in eight years.