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trigger price (ˈtrɪɡə praɪs) 



  1. if a commodity reaches a trigger price, its price, or the conditions governing its sale are changed; a price at which certain consequences ensue

Example Sentences Including 'trigger price'

A sharp drop in the volume of house sales could trigger price cuts, says Robert Winnett
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
The shock reduction is expected to trigger price cuts by all the major manufacturers in the UK and start a new car prices revolution.
Sun, News of the World (1999)


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