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fair price

Healthcare Blue Book's recommended price for healthcare services, which is based on the typical fee that providers in a particular region of the USA accept as payment from insurance companies. The fair price is generally regarded as the ceiling that one must pay, regardless of the provider’s actual charge.
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For example, tin-sum of die fair values of" die individual instruments within a portfolio is not equal to the fair value of the net risk exposure.
The MSCI Indexes with IDCo Fair Value Pricing are calculated using fair value evaluated prices as of the close of the New York Stock Exchange provided by Interactive Data's Fair Value Information Service.
When determining GIK valuations, keep in mind that donor markets and, therefore, donor-provided values may not relate to the principal exit market of the recipient NFP Furthermore, donor tax values are not equivalent to fair value under U.
The new rule defines fair value and also introduces new concepts such as defensive value.
FAIR VALUE MEASUREMENT ISSUES THAT WARRANT FURTHER CONSIDERATION
Fitch notes, however, that information about fair value measurement in IFRS reports outside the group of institutions it reviewed is limited.
One of the best aspects of Zyla's book is that, after providing significant information on the various concepts and concerns of fair value accounting, he concludes with an in-depth case study.
Changes in the fair value of contingent consideration result from events subsequent to the acquisition date.
Companies are encouraged but not required to present the fair value option disclosures in combination with the fair value disclosures required in other accounting literature.
This standard establishes a framework for measuring fair value and expands disclosures.