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Mid price

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In financial markets, the mid-price[1] is the average price between a seller's ask price of a stock or other commodity and the best buyer bid price of that stock or commodity.

In some cases, the mid-price will be rounded up or down to the nearest "tick" (the nearest valid tradeable price on the exchange system) for convenience purposes, and therefore not be the exact average.

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  1. ^ "What is Mid-price? definition and meaning". InvestorWords.com. Retrieved 2020-04-15.