Supply Elasticity
Measure of how much a single unit change in the supply of a product affects the product's overall price in Forex Trading. Supply elasticity can be calculated by dividing a product's quantity percent change by its price percent change. A higher rate of supply elasticity corresponds to a product's price change being more dramatic should its level of supply be altered. Supply elasticity tends to be much higher when a product is experiencing low levels of supply, while high levels of supply results in the reduction of supply elasticity.
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