pegged price

Definition of "pegged price"
  1. The agreed upon cost of a specific commodity
How to use "pegged price" in a sentence
  1. The pegged price of the diamond was much higher than expected.
  2. To remain competitive, the supermarket kept the pegged price of milk lower than other stores.
  3. The pegged price of oil fluctuated based on the current market value.

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