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Transaction Price

The price of a good or service expressed relative to the same quantity of another good or service. Transaction prices help distinguish price changes due to inflation from real price changes.
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Sales have been strong enough to push up transaction prices. According to the latest figures from Kelley Blue Book, the automotive vehicle valuation company, the average closing price for a vehicle in June edged up 1.2 percent to $31,663 from the previous month and 0.9 percent from June 2012.
24) a number of land reformative measures, in order to realize land and residential justice, including compensation for land expropriation according to market prices and registration of realty transactions based on actual transaction prices.
A new study conducted by Lake Bluff, Ill.-based economic research firm Moebs Services reveals that since the Federal Reserve's August 2010 implementation of Regulation E, which requires financial institutions to receive consumer approval prior to cover debit card and ATM overdrafts, CU overdraft transaction prices have remained flat at $25.
Average transaction prices are 7% lower than the same time last year, and motor moguls are desperately working on new gimmicks to kick-start sales.
This price-update methodology uses actual transaction prices for contracts when that information is available, but when no transactions for a sampled contract have taken place, respondents estimate what the net transaction price would have been based on prices for similar transactions.
Transaction prices rose by another 1.51 per cent on imported models between March and April.
The clock is ticking for consumers eager to benefit from the current over-capacity of the world' s beleaguered car giants, according to independent price watcher, CarPriceCheck.com The headline fall of 0.36% in new car transaction prices for January compared to December hides the real problems afflicting manufacturers.
Buying activity for diesel-powered cars is already up 38% since the start of year, with transaction prices for the more economical and lower emission vehicles falling an average of 2.7% over the same period.
Forecourt transaction prices fell on only 382 models (10 per cent of the total available) during July 2001, compared to 630 (17 per cent) in May and a year high of 934 (25 per cent) in February.
Although logistical challenges, along with lower transaction prices, had an "obvious impact" on Q1 profitability, this should be temporary, Potter tells investors in a post-earnings research note.
In February, intermodal transaction prices increased 8.4% above a year earlier, which was the highest price increase since December 2011.

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