scarcity value

scarcity value
scarcity value ˈscarcity ˌvalue noun [countable, uncountable]
ECONOMICS the high value that something has when there is not much of it available:

• Older properties in the centre of town have a scarcity value.

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scarcity value UK US noun [C or U] ECONOMICS, FINANCE
the increased value of something when there is not much of it available: »

There is no scarcity value yet in the stock.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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