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the price at which something is offered for sale

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ASML expects to ship 62 systems in Q3 2006 with an average selling price of EUR 14.
ASML expects to ship 64 systems in Q2 2006 with an average selling price of EUR 14.
Summary: The industrial selling prices index rose 5% year-on-year in August 2017 (4.
IOC) has implemented daily revision of Retail Selling Prices of Petrol and Diesel on a pilot basis in Chandigarh, Jamshedpur, Puducherry District, Udaipur and Visakhapatnam w.
Selling price for the Kuwaiti currency varies between EGP 24.
61 billion in six months due primarily to higher paint sales volume across all end market segments as well as selling price increases.
Many department stores and large retailers use the retail-inventory method (RIM) as a way of determining the cost or lower of cost or market (LCM) value of inventory based on retail selling price and a cost-to-retail ratio, Regs.
Summary: The November official selling price (OSP) for Murban was $114.
According to data from the Chicago Association of Realtors, the average selling price for "single-family unattached" homes in Chicago grew by $5,344 to $391,682 from 2006 to 2007--a 1.
3bn in the first six months of 2006, driven by an 8% reduction in average selling price.
The company credits the increase in sales to an $83-per-ton, or a 19 percent, increase in selling price that was partially offset by a 5.
The preliminary data showed a median selling price increase of nearly 17 percent in 2004 compared to the previous year.
Other areas covered include a comprehensive outlook for each geographic region by monitor type and size, unit growth, average selling price, and the associated total revenue value of the display market for the years 2002-2007.
So to calculate your profit margins, take the selling price ($100) and subtract the price you paid to acquire that product ($60), as well as operating costs and overhead (let's say it averages out to $15).