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U.S. Price

The price of a good or service in the United States, especially compared to its price in another country. That is, the U.S. price measures the purchasing power of a dollar. See also: Purchasing power parity.
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Johnson & Johnson hiked U.S. prices on roughly two dozen prescription medications on Thursday, including psoriasis treatment Stelara, prostate cancer drug Zytiga, and blood thinner Xarelto, Reuters reports.
gas by 2025 may cut prices in the Asia-Pacific market by 73 cents per million Btu while increasing U.S. prices by 15 cents, according to the study authored by Oxford Economics and the Center for Energy Studies at Rice University.
But that surge of production is filling up the country's pipelines and storage tanks, driving down U.S. prices and slowing drilling across the country, with big implications for the Texas economy.
In addition, prices of other Apple products that are sold in Russia have also been increased and are much more expensive versus U.S. prices. The 16GB version of the iPhone 6 Plus costs 61,990 rubles or US$1138, but in the United States the 16GB model only costs US$749.
and world crop supply and demand prospects and U.S. prices for the 2014/15 marketing year.
But as global capacity forecasts have been raised, we now forecast U.S. prices to increase only 1% in 2015.
Summary: LONDON: Clashes in oil producer Libya sent benchmark Brent crude to two-and-a-half-year highs Monday above $105 a barrel on fears that supplies to Western countries could be disrupted, while U.S. prices rallied by more than $4.
U.S. prices for medical procedures again surpassed those in other countries, according to a survey by the International Federation of Health Plans.
and Canadian customers.<p>As has been its practice, Microsoft set the prices of the European editions of the Family Pack at amounts that are much higher than U.S. prices when currency exchange rates are taken into account.<p>In the U.K., the three-license pack will go for Au149.99, or $246.03 at current exchange rates; that's $96.04 more than the $149.99 U.S.
This is up from 2003, when Canadian prices for the most commonly prescribed generic drugs for seniors were on average 64% higher than U.S. prices.
It then compares these U.S. prices to the product's normal value, ideally in the form of a weighted-average net price.
Clorox said that shipments of Glad trash bags fell due to competitive activity after Clorox raised U.S. prices on the bags by 15%, on average, in February.