market cost

market cost
рыночная стоимость

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  • Above-market Cost —   The cost of a service in excess of the price of comparable services in the market.   Energy Central Glossary …   Energy terms

  • Cost of capital — The cost of capital is a term used in the field of financial investment to refer to the cost of a company s funds (both debt and equity), or, from an investor s point of view the shareholder s required return on a portfolio of all the company s… …   Wikipedia

  • Cost externalizing — See also: externality Cost externalizing is a socio economical term describing how a business maximizes its profits by off loading indirect costs and forcing negative effects to a third party. Contents 1 Business to society 2 Business to market 2 …   Wikipedia

  • Cost of operation — The cost of operation is the business strategy implemented in many companies to gain a huge market. Cost of operation is the cost acquired in completing one operation. It may be a conversion of inputs into the outputs or labor costs etc. If the… …   Wikipedia

  • Market failure — is a concept within economic theory wherein the allocation of goods and services by a free market is not efficient. That is, there exists another conceivable outcome where a market participant may be made better off without making someone else… …   Wikipedia

  • Market microstructure — is a branch of finance concerned with the details of how exchange occurs in markets. While the theory of market microstructure applies to the exchange of real or financial assets, more evidence is available on the microstructure of financial… …   Wikipedia

  • Market–Frankford Line —      Market–Frankford Line Market–Frankford Line train departing 52nd Street stati …   Wikipedia

  • Market impact cost — is a measure of market liquidity that reflects the cost faced by a trader of an index. Definition Impact cost represents the cost of executing a transaction in a given stock, for a specific predefined order size, at any given point of time.… …   Wikipedia

  • Cost–benefit analysis — (CBA), sometimes called benefit–cost analysis (BCA), is a systematic process for calculating and comparing benefits and costs of a project for two purposes: (1) to determine if it is a sound investment (justification/feasibility), (2) to see how… …   Wikipedia

  • Cost Equalisation — is the idea that the cost of goods and services will over time equal out and cost equalisation will be achieved.It is typical that when a product is introduced into the market place that the price will be effected by both the quantity produced… …   Wikipedia

  • Cost-plus pricing — is a pricing method used by companies to maximize their profits. The firms accomplish their objective of profit maximization by increasing their production until marginal revenue equals marginal cost, and then charging a price which is determined …   Wikipedia


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