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The price rose to ( HK $ 5 ) with the 11th issue so as " to reflect its real strength and worth in the market ", according to the editorial board.
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However, when the price of silver rose, the East India Company began to manufacture a product that was desired by the Chinese as much as tea was by the British: opium.
In 1483, the price of bowstaves rose from two to eight pounds per hundred, and in 1510 the Venetians obtained sixteen pounds per hundred.
In 1907, the cover price rose to 15 cents and 30 pages were added to each issue ; along with establishing a stable of authors for each magazine, this change proved successful and circulation began to approach that of Argosy.
In 1980, the silver price rose to a peak for modern times of US $ 49. 45 per troy ounce ( ozt ) due to market manipulation of Nelson Bunker Hunt and Herbert Hunt.
The market price of vanilla rose dramatically in the late 1970s after a tropical cyclone ravaged key croplands.
During 2003, the price rose above $ 30, reached $ 60 by August 11, 2005, and peaked at $ 147. 30 in July 2008.
The price of food rose sharply during epidemic years, then began to fall very rapidly as there were fewer mouths to feed.
During Chevron's absence, its split-adjusted price per share went from forty-four dollars to eighty-five, while the price of petroleum rose from twenty-four dollars to a hundred.
Although price rises had also been high under Frei ( 27 % a year between 1967 and 1970 ), a basic basket of consumer goods rose by 120 % from 190 to 421 escudos in one month alone, August 1972.
Company stock rose greatly in value as it expanded its operations dealing in government debt, peaking in 1720 before collapsing to little above its original flotation price.
The price of that staple food, oats, for example, rose from 12 ¢ a bushel ($ 0 / m³ ) in 1815, equal to $ in today's purchasing power to 92 ¢ a bushel ($/ m³ ) in 1816, equal to $ today.
Each time the stock rose, sellers would enter the market and sell the stock ; hence the " zig-zag " movement in the price.
After the initial settlers cleared the shrubbery and planted wheat, the land was found to be quite fertile and the price of the land rose dramatically to $ 5. 00 per acre and by the 1890s the land was selling for as much as $ 100. 00 an acre.
In 2004 the average home price in Bingley rose 30 % to £ 196, 850-the second fastest appreciating area in the U. K ( After the nearby Hebden Bridge ).
At first the Lucayans sold for no more than four gold pesos in Hispaniola, but when it was realized that the Lucayans were practiced at diving for conchs, the price rose to 100 to 150 gold pesos and the Lucayans were sent to the Isle of Cubagua as pearl divers.
In the late 1970s and early 1980s, this price gradually changed to 20 ¢, and again rose to 25 ¢ in some areas between 1985 and 1990 ( 47 ¢- 39 ¢, inflation adjusted terms as above ).
The average price per acre of land sold in Kirtland rose from approximately $ 7 in 1832 to $ 44 in 1837, only to fall back to $ 17. 50 in 1839.
The entrance fee, i. e. the purchase price of a share, was in early days usually a guinea, but rose sharply as the century advanced, often reaching four or five guineas during the French wars ; the annual subscription, during the same period, rose from about six shillings to ten shillings or more.
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The price paid was half the amount of the 6, 250 m² Admiralty II plot, for which the MTR Corporation paid HK $ 1. 82 billion in cash.
The approximate cost of this plan is $ 23. 4 billion Hong Kong Dollars in price of 2010, or HK $ 42. 5 billion considering at money-of-the-day prices.
The IPO share price started at HK $ 2. 95 per share and jumped 15 % ( to HK $ 3. 40 ) after the first day of trading.
In early 2009, Li attempted to take PCCW private again, offering to buy out existing public shareholders at HK $ 4. 50 per share, a premium of nearly 55 % to the HK $ 2. 90 price before the offer was announced.
After ' East Touch ' was acquired by Global China Group Limited, the price dropped to ( HK $ 13 ) with the 348th issue.
As of June 2007, company in PRC made basic-tier receivers are available for more than HK $ 1000 and higher-tier receivers were also made later with price range from HK $ 1500 to over HK $ 2000.
The TOM Group's initial IPO on the Growth Enterprise Market ( The Second Board in Hong Kong ) caused a minor rush by the public for applications to purchase the stock at an offer price of $ 1. 48 – 1. 78 HK in March 2000.
A Hong Kong stock would not be considered a penny stock unless its price was less than about HK $ 0. 50.
At the end of its first day of trading, the bank's shares closed up almost 15 % at HK $ 3. 52 in Hong Kong, compared with the listing price of HK $ 3. 07, which was set at the top of the indicative range due to the strong demand.
Urban taxi groups have been lobbying for permission to impose a HK $ 1 per trip fuel surcharge when the price of liquefied petroleum gas per litre is between HK $ 3. 10 and HK $ 4.
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The highest price ever paid for a Warhol painting is US $ 100 million for a 1963 canvas titled Eight Elvises.
The Apple I went on sale in July 1976 at a price of, because Wozniak " liked repeating digits " and because they originally sold it to a local shop for $ 500 plus a one-third markup.
< li > On June 15, 2012, a working Apple I was sold at auction by Sotheby's for a record $ 374, 500, more than double the expected price .</ li >
A software-compatible clone of the Apple I ( Replica 1 ), produced using modern components, was released in 2003 at a price of around $ 200.
The Atlanta Falcons franchise began on June 30, 1965 when NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle granted ownership to 41 year-old Rankin Smith Sr .. Smith an Executive Vice President of Life Insurance Company of Georgia at the time, paid $ 8. 5 million the highest price in NFL history at the time 1965 for an NFL franchise.
It was announced early in 1983 with a fall introduction at the target price of $ 500 for plug-in AppleNet cards for the Lisa and the Apple II.
On May 7, 2008, Borland announced the sale of CodeGear division to Embarcadero Technologies for an expected $ 23 million price and $ 7 million in CodeGear accounts receivables retained by Borland.
After expressing his interest to play in the 2011 fourth edition of the Indian Premier League ( IPL ), and despite not having have played active cricket for four years, Brian Lara still managed to attract the highest reserve price of $ 400, 000 ahead of the IPL players ' auction in early January 2011 ; however, no franchise bought him.
the average price to rent an average apartment in Basel was 1118. 60 Swiss francs ( CHF ) per month ( US $ 890, £ 500, € 720 approx.
Single-walled nanotubes are dropping precipitously in price, from around $ 1500 per gram as of 2000 to retail prices of around $ 50 per gram of as-produced 40 – 60 % by weight SWNTs as of March 2010.
The price of a new bicycle can range from US $ 50 to more than US $ 20, 000 ( the highest priced bike in the world is the custom Madone by Damien Hirst, sold at $ 500, 000 USD ), depending on quality, type and weight ( the most exotic road bicycles can weigh as little as 3. 2 kg ( 7 lb )).
The Fairchild Channel F is a game console released by Fairchild Semiconductor in August 1976 at the retail price of $ 169. 95.
Its US $ 595 price was high compared with that of the VIC-20, but it was still much less expensive than any other 64K computer on the market.
As with the 1541, Commodore initially could not meet demand for the 1571, and that lack of availability and the drive's relatively high price ( about US $ 300 ) presented an opportunity for cloners.