price-sensitive

price-sensitive

adj
(Commerce) likely to affect the price of property, esp shares and securities: price-sensitive information.
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Furthermore, publicly-listed companies will have to periodically review the effectiveness of internal controls to prevent misuse of unpublished price-sensitive information.
Generally, if the motive is to make profit in a price-sensitive economy, focus on the price be the best bargain.
Summary: Student recruitment expert says UAE offers 'cost-benefit advantage' for 'price-sensitive' applicants from sub-continent
Vistara joins rival Jet Airways and low-cost carriers IndiGo and SpiceJet that have plans to grow their international operations to offset a highly competitive, price-sensitive domestic market.
Meanwhile, a previous report by Android Police published in April, hinted at a mid-range Pixel device targeted at 'price-sensitive' markets like India.
And therefore politicking hurt purchasing power and lowered consumption of affordable, price-sensitive Senator Keg.
It said sellers should note, however, that buyers are still price-sensitive and "choosy".
Auto Business News-November 17, 2017--Honda plans to develop cheaper hybrid cars for price-sensitive markets
The apex bank said that the firms that have a volatile, price-sensitive client base, would need to increase their buffers to be better prepared for risks.
There is also a lower cost option for more price-sensitive jobs.
AveaEe's, up 1% QoQ, despite the fact that Turkcell claims to be raising prices for heavy less price-sensitive users.
First, whilst the economic landscape in Sweden was improving, lingering uncertainty and scepticism remained, resulting in increasingly price-sensitive consumers seeking economy-positioned alternatives.