real price

real price

the PRICE of a PRODUCT or FINANCIAL SECURITY measured in constant price terms to make allowance for the effects of INFLATION. For example, although the price of a product increases from, say, £1 to £1.10 (a 10% increase) between 2002 and 2004, if during this period the general price level had risen by 20%, then the real price of the product would have fallen. Contrast NOMINAL PRICE. See PRICE INDEX.
References in classic literature ?
For the real price of labor is knowledge and virtue, whereof wealth and credit are signs.
Summary: Ministry wants to remove all forms of subsidies in gas and electricity to reflect real price, says energy minister
He said that the mill owners of new Dadu sugar mill were not giving them real price of cane which was announced by Sindh Government.
The rates of which claimed by shopkeeper that we are selling on 50% discount also more than the real price but the word discount 'Sale Mela' attract people particularly female, said Ikram Ali.
The index aims at reaching an approximate value that is equal to the real price of the property at the market.
She remarked that E-Stamp papers would surely help end different issues including fake stamp papers, issuance of the stamp papers in back dates, real price of sale of properties etc.
This paper reviews the concepts developed by Smith to formulate his theory of value (value, real price and exchangeable value).
The Swiss stockholder bought 10,305 shares at a price of 7,183 denars per share, refusing to disclose its investment plans and stressing that Alpha Bank was bought at a real price.
Few are expecting any real price recovery until next year sometime.
1]: There is a significant relationship between the real price of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) and its consumption per capita in the U.
For example, the real price of the Marseille-Tunis-Marseille (for two people and a car) dropped from 3,153.
He "pledges an end to Southern bias" on page 6, whilst on page 7 we see the real price that we in the North are really paying when we are told that our Region faces 57% more cuts than the rest of the UK".