World Price

Business / Agriculture / World Price: The price at which commodities will move in international trade under existing marketing conditions. The concept 'world price' lacks precision unless quality, location, and other factors are specified. See domestic price.
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Other Words for Price

Price Verb Synonyms: sacrifice, toll, penalty, cost, consequence
Price Noun Synonyms: charge, cost, expense, expenditure, outlay, payment, amount, figure, fee, quotation, appraisal, value, valuation, evaluation, worth

Other Words for World

World Noun Synonyms: earth, planet, sphere, globe, Terra, universe, cosmos, existence, creation, life

Price-To-Earnings Ratio (P-E)

Business / Taxes / Price-To-Earnings Ratio (P-E): The price-to-earnings ratio (P-E) is the relationship between a company's earnings and its share price, and is calculated by dividing the current price per share by the earnings per share. A stock's P MORE

Price-To-Sales Ratio

Business / Taxes / Price-To-Sales Ratio: A price-to-sales ratio, or a stock's market price per share divided by the revenue generated by sales of the company's products and services per share, may sometimes identify companies that are underv MORE

Price-Volume Relationship

Business / Finance / Price-Volume Relationship: A relationship espoused by some technical analysts that signals continuing rises or falls in security prices that are related to changes in volume traded. MORE

Price-Weighted Index

Business / Finance / Price-Weighted Index: An index giving a greater influence to higher-valued stocks by weighting all component stocks by their price. MORE

Price-To-Cash Flow

Business / Taxes / Price-To-Cash Flow: You find a company's price-to-cash flow ratio by dividing the market price of its stock by its cash receipts minus its cash payments over a given period of time, such as a year. Some institutional inv MORE

Price-To-Book Ratio

Business / Taxes / Price-To-Book Ratio: Some financial analysts use price-to-book ratios to identify stocks they consider to be overvalued or undervalued. You figure this ratio by dividing a stock's market price per share by its book value MORE