price in

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price in (third-person singular simple present prices in, present participle pricing in, simple past and past participle priced in)

  1. (transitive) To include (the costs of a possible future event, especially a negative one) in an estimation of the total value of something.
    The recent interest rate change was anticipated and has been priced in to the value of the stock by the market.