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mark-up

n
1. (Commerce) a percentage or amount added to the cost of a commodity to provide the seller with a profit and to cover overheads, costs, etc
2. (Commerce)
a. an increase in the price of a commodity
b. the amount of this increase
vb (tr, adverb)
3. (Commerce) to add a percentage for profit, overheads, etc, to the cost of (a commodity)
4. (Commerce) to increase the price of
Translations

mark-up

[ˈmɑːkʌp] N (= profit) → margen m (de beneficio); (= price increase) → aumento m de precio

mark-up

n
Handelsspanne f; (= amount added)Preiserhöhung for -aufschlag m; mark-up priceVerkaufspreis m
(Typ) → Auszeichnung f

mark-up

[ˈmɑːkˌʌp] n (Comm) (margin) → margine m di vendita (000) (increase) → aumento
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la, said: "This degree of mark-up is outrageous, especially when we are now forced to exit through gift shops.
net estimates the wholesale prices already represent an average mark-up of 10% on retail prices in the US, highlighting the continued trend of inflated early-adopter pricing on Apple products for UAE consumers.
50, however a similar product in a supermarket would cost 25p - based on buying a pack of four for PS1 - meaning the airline enjoyed a 600% mark-up.
The travel comparison site has compared both the supermarket and on board snack prices** and found an average mark-up on food and drink in the air (not including sandwiches and hot food) of 347 per cent.
The mark-ups and markdowns charged by Citi International were outside of appropriate standards for fair pricing in debt transactions, and FINRA will continue to identify and address transactions that violate fair pricing standards, regardless of whether a mark-up or markdown is above or below 5 percent.
For example, under the new rules, certain services that are either specified in a revenue procedure or are low-margin services with an arm's-length mark-up of 7 percent or less may qualify for pricing under the Service Cost Method (SCM) and may be charged out with no mark-up.
On a related note, good ol' Fred Franzia is encouraging restaurateurs to take up his cheap-wine challenge by offering his new Salmon Creek wine for 10 bucks per bottle, which would still allow for a 300% mark-up over the wholesale price.
Rather a significant mark-up from the restaurant's wholesale cost, I'd say.
Unlike other solutions, this easy-to-use tool lets users effortlessly distribute 3D CAD models and BIM designs for instant review and mark-up with anyone, anywhere, in real-time.
But the package - which also includes the final of the women's table tennis and two nights at the five-star Sheraton Park Tower in Knightsbridge - costs the firm just pounds 1,300, which works out at a mark-up of 131%.
FINRA also determined that APS Financial Corporation failed to establish and maintain an adequate supervisory system and otherwise failed to reasonably and properly supervise the firm and its registered representatives so as to detect and prevent the mark-up violations.
The fuel mark-up is hard for drivers to fund with prices already at an all-time high, and a 91% increase on a bottle of water is utterly unacceptable.