The Celestis deal heavily subsidises the cost of ThumbSat missions, driving the price down
from 15,000 [pounds sterling] to about 4-5,500 [pounds sterling].
We have recently been informed that in the region of Stip almost 40 tons of honey have been imported, driving the price down
to 190 denars per kg.
That's what we're up against because they're driving the price down
all the time.
Producers in the Middle East and Russia have a large surplus of fuel, which is driving the price down
," he said.
It's possible with the fire sale that's happened with the club that the resale market could be flooded, thus driving the price down
You "just say no" to drugs - which has the added benefit of driving the price down
- and for alcohol your first step is to say no to ice in your drinks.
It is more cost effective than getting a bank holding you to the wall and driving the price down
Jakob bought the shares at $72 and $92 a share, but when the price instead went up to more than $100, Jakob concocted the scheme to spread bad news about Emulex in hopes of driving the price down
, said U.
The reason: There is nothing driving the price down
That is why Sky and ESPN believe a joint bid makes more sense but, by working together rather than bidding against one another, they are also driving the price down
at a time when Scottish clubs are in desperate need of cash.
It gets murky, and possibly illegal, when a gamble is backed up by a whispering campaign aimed to spooking shareholders into selling and driving the price down
, thus ensuring it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.
On Thursday, he put on pounds 10,000, driving the price down
And the sale sparked angry protests from the World Gold Council, which represents the gold mining industry, that driving the price down
will cost many thousands of jobs in the gold mines.