We made too many concessions and we got too little in return.
have no point in doing something.../There is no point in doing something...
We would have no point in going on talking.
meet each other halfway
I suggest we meet each other halfway.
Reach/Come to an agreement on...
I'm glad that we have reached an agreement on the price.
A: Mr Smith. This is our rock-bottom price, we can't make any further concessions.
B: If that's the case, we would have no point in going on talking. You and I both know that I am a wholesaler. If I sell it to others at this price, not only will they not buy it, but I have no interest in it.
A: I mean the price you asked for is too low. We can't go down to that level. We wouldn't be willing to lose money in business, right?
B: I think it's unwise for either of us to insist on our own price. We should all make some concessions so that our business can be settled.
A: What's your advice?
B: The price you offered is $160 more than our acceptable price. I suggest we meet each other halfway.
A: Do you mean I should make further reduction of $80. That is impossible.
B: So what is your suggestion then?
A: We can only offer you a reduction of $20, which is really our rock-bottom price. I swear we never sold it at this price.
B: Okay, I am glad that we have reached an agreement on the price. Let my assistant contact you for the next thing.
A: Alright. You can really have a way. I admire you.