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English definition of “current price”

current price

noun
 
 
[C] the price at which something is selling at the present time: Five million shares are worth about $218 million at the current price. While the stock market is soaring, some worry that current prices are not justified by the earnings power of U.S. companies.
at current prices considering the price of goods in general at the present time, or considering prices now compared to in the past: The aid package is worth about $250 million at current prices.
(Definition of current price from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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