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Price Stickiness

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Price stickiness (or sticky prices) is the resistance of market price(s) to change quickly despite changes in the broad economy that suggest a different price is optimal. Sticky is a general economics term that can apply to any financial variable that is resistant to change. When applied to prices, it means that the prices charged for certain goods are reluctant to change despite changes in input cost or demand patterns.



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