Prices

Some articles on prices, price:

Liquor Control Board Of Ontario - Pricing
... through LCBO, the stores have acquired a reputation for high prices ... Online price comparisons with independent wine retailers such as Sherry-Lehman in neighbouring New York can indicate price differences ranging from 10% (in LCBO's favour) to 30% (in ... Within this framework, the prices of LCBO products are subject to three policy constraints All prices are uniform throughout the province, despite inevitable ...
2000s Commodities Boom - Background of Depressed Prices
... The prices of raw materials were depressed and declining from, roughly, 1982 until 1998 ... From the mid-1980s to September 2003, the inflation-adjusted price of a barrel of crude oil on NYMEX was generally under $25/barrel ... Since 1968 the price of gold has ranged widely, from a high of $850/oz ($27,300/kg) on 21 January 1980, to a low of $252.90/oz ($8,131/kg) on 21 June 1999 (London ...
Dr Pepper Ballpark - Non-architectural Critical Reaction
... Critics have taken issue with ticket prices at the ballpark, set at $7, $15, and $18 ... While less expensive than ticket prices for major league ballparks, prices are among the highest in all minor league classes ... However, the ballpark has seen strong attendance despite these ticket prices ...
2000s Commodities Boom - Opinions On The 2007–2008 Commodities Bubble and Its Aftermath.
... in 2006 to $200 billion at the end of 2007, while commodity prices increased 71% – which raised concern as to whether these index funds caused the ... A remarkable run-up in prices of wheat, corn, oilseeds, rice, and dairy products, along with sharply higher energy prices, have been blamed on supply shortfalls, strong demand ... Hamilton has argued that the increase in oil prices in the period of 2007 to 2008 was a significant cause of the recession ...
The Star-Ledger - Prices
... The Star-Ledger prices are $1.00 daily and $2.00 Sunday. ...

Famous quotes containing the word prices:

    To expect to increase prices and then to maintain them at a higher level by means of a plan which must of necessity increase production while decreasing consumption is to fly in the face of an economic law as well established as any law of nature.
    Calvin Coolidge (1872–1933)

    On the breasts of a barmaid in Sale
    Were tattooed the prices of ale;
    And on her behind
    For the sake of the blind
    Was the same information in Braille.
    Anonymous.

    United Fruit... United Thieves Company... it’s a monopoly ... if you won’t take their prices they let your limes rot on the wharf; it’s a monopoly. You boys are working for a bunch of thieves, but I know it ain’t your fault.
    John Dos Passos (1896–1970)