fixed prices

fixed prices
Prices established (i.e. mutually agreed upon) between wholesalers or retailers for sale or resale of materials, goods, or products. Agreements to fix prices are generally prohibited by state and federal statutes.
See price-fixing

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  • fixed prices — Prices established (i.e. mutually agreed upon) between wholesalers or retailers for sale or resale of materials, goods, or products. Agreements to fix prices are generally prohibited by state and federal statutes. See price fixing …   Black's law dictionary

  • fixed prices — set prices, regular prices, constant prices …   English contemporary dictionary

  • fixed prices — Agreed upon prices, not necessarily uniform prices. United States v Food & Grocery Bureau (DC Cal) 43 F. Supp 966. See price fixing …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • fixed — Prices are fixed when they are mutually agreed upon. United States v. Masonite Corporation, 316 U.S. 265, 62 S.Ct. 1070, 1076, 86 L.Ed. 1461. See fixed prices price fixing. In copyright law, a work is fixed in a tangible medium of expression when …   Black's law dictionary

  • fixed — Prices are fixed when they are mutually agreed upon. United States v. Masonite Corporation, 316 U.S. 265, 62 S.Ct. 1070, 1076, 86 L.Ed. 1461. See fixed prices price fixing. In copyright law, a work is fixed in a tangible medium of expression when …   Black's law dictionary

  • fixed — W3S3 [fıkst] adj 1.) [not before noun] firmly fastened to a particular position fixed to/in/on ▪ a mirror fixed to the bathroom wall 2.) fixed times, amounts, meanings etc cannot be changed = ↑set ▪ The classes begin and end at fixed times. ▪… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • fixed — /fIkst/ adjective 1 firmly fastened to a particular position : be fixed to/in/on: The tables are fixed to the floor. 2 times, amounts, meanings etc that are fixed cannot be changed: The classes begin and end at fixed times. | fixed prices 3 have… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • fixed — /fɪkst/ (say fikst) adjective 1. made fast or firm; firmly implanted. 2. rendered stable or permanent, as colour. 3. set or intent upon something; steadily directed; set or rigid. 4. definitely and permanently placed: a fixed buoy. 5. permanently …  

  • Fixed income attribution — refers to the process of measuring returns generated by various sources of risk in a fixed income portfolio, particularly when multiple sources of return are active at the same time. For example, the risks affecting the return of a bond portfolio …   Wikipedia

  • Fixed-income attribution — refers to the process of measuring returns generated by various sources of risk in a fixed income portfolio, particularly when multiple sources of return are active at the same time. For example, the risks affecting the return of a bond portfolio …   Wikipedia

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