demand schedule

demand schedule

a table listing various prices of a product and the specific quantities demanded at each of these prices. The information provided by a demand schedule can be used to construct a DEMAND CURVE showing the price-quantity demanded relationship in graphical form.
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The price and quantity on the CDS market are determined by the demand schedule for and the supply schedule of protection, the intersection of the curves indicating an equilibrium price and quantity.
Make the foreign demand curve flatter (more elastic) than the domestic demand schedule.
It is straightforward to connect the behavior of a product price-taker (ppt), a firm that is assumed powerless to affect the market-determined product price, and a resource price-taker (rpt), a firm that is assumed powerless to affect the market-determined resource price, or wage; whereas the former faces a horizontal product demand schedule, the latter confronts a horizontal resource (labor) supply schedule, both suggesting the absence of price-making ability.
If games are produced under conditions of constant cost and the demand schedule for games is a straight line over the relevant range, the size of the loss catches up with the size of the surplus when the city is forced to host 2[Q.
Students will participate in an activity that demonstrates the concepts of demand, demand schedule, demand curve, and the law of demand.
A bid is a demand schedule that specifies the dollar amount of the security the bidder is willing to buy at each yield.
As the right panel shows, the price of a Treasury security must satisfy the ultimate holders of securities (pension funds, insurance companies, mutual funds, and the general investing public), seen as the intersection of their downwardly sloped demand schedule with the vertical Treasury supply schedule.
In other words, the demand schedule is static and the corresponding equilibrium real price and the monopolistic optimum rotation lengths are constant over time.

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