Price Related Quotes



“This morning the price crept upwards so the market continues to be driven by the short-term geopolitical (pressures) primarily in Nigeria.”

Victor Shum


“When I build something for somebody, I always add $50 million or $60 million onto the price. My guys come in, they say it's going to cost $75 million. I say it's going to cost $125 million, and I build it for $100 million. Basically, I did a lousy job. But they think I did a great job.”

Donald Trump


“There appears to be a material deviation on apparent US dollar strength (or euro weakness) as the gold price finds strength from physical demand, inflation fears and gold as a currency.”

David Hall


“ I don't think there's any price that you could put on a life, ... But I think the price needs to be steep enough for the officers that are trigger-happy to become a financial liability for the city.”

Charles Barron


“AOL Latin America's price dropped pretty dramatically so we are assuming the institutions are not clamoring for the issue. There doesn't seem to be that much interest.”

Corey Ostman


“The bill must benefit consumers by making the broadest array of financial services available at the lowest possible price, ... If it doesn't do that, then it's not worth having.”

Phil Gramm


“The price strength has been a little surprising given the magnitude of the surplus in U.S. corn inventories. However, over the past 32 years, the central Illinois cash price has never established a marketing year high in February, suggesting that even higher prices might be expected sometime over the next six months.”

Darrel Good


“We are leaving our fiscal 2001 estimates and $87 12-month price objective for Microsoft materially unchanged, following fourth-quarter results that were largely devoid of the drama of the past two quarters. Nonetheless, 'caution' remains the operative word from Microsoft management, as continued choppy monthly unit demand from business PCs and a deliberate, gradual ramp from Windows 2000 platforms and related applications hinders near-term growth.”

Chris Shilakes


“A sentimentalist, my dear Darlington, is a man who sees an absurd value in everything, and doesn't know the market price of any single thing.”

Oscar Wilde


“But the magnitude of recent fuel price rises mean even these cost reduction measures are now not enough.”

Rob Mcdonald