ProductsThe consumers of a nation are willing to purchase 1 million oranges a month at a price of $304 a ton. A hurricane results in damaged crops and reduced supply. Prices jump to $500 a ton and demand drops to 300,000 oranges a month.
ServicesAt a price of $10 a month, 100 million people globally will subscribe to a streaming media service. At prices above $10, demand falls quickly such that at $19 service only generates demand of 4 million subscriptions. generate demand on days that are predicted to have low attendance.
LaborFirms in a region demand 40,000 information security professionals at an average salary of $120,000. A series of information security incidents cause demand to suddenly surge to 70,000 full time positions causing average salary to rise to $140,000 in a period of two years.
AssetsDemand for real estate in a region is 10,000 properties a month at an interest rate of 3%. Interest rates increase to 3.8% over a six month period and demand drops to 6,000 properties.
SecuritiesA speculative bubble in a particular type of technology stocks results in rapidly increasing demand and prices. The rising prices trigger a fear of missing out that causes more demand. The technology suddenly falls out of favor after a quarterly report that shows the industry is quickly burning through cash while growth is slowing. Demand instantly falls and investors demand a significant price drop before they will buy.
CurrencyFirms and individuals demand $2 billion Australian dollars priced in Japanese yen in a month due to travel, trade and investment flows.
|Overview: Demand Examples|
The quantity of products, services, assets and other types of value that the market is willing to buy at a particular price level and time.