Intraday High

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Intraday High

The highest price at which a security trades on a given trading day. It is usually higher than the closing price and is also called the daily high.
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Whilst the Dollar momentarily depreciated, Gold instantaneously inclined and printed new daily highs of 1088.
Temperatures will be on the rise too, with daily highs governed by wind direction and cloud, either of which could well change on a daily basis, although generally we are looking at highs above average for a change on a fairly consistent basis, with 28C possible by Sunday, for example.
Daily highs have reached up to 100F (38C) and there is no end in sight.
The weather agency said the heat wave will be a temporary one and daily highs will fall to normal levels or below on Sunday and beyond.
Firefighters could be getting some much-needed relief soon, as temperatures are expected to begin cooling down today throughout the region after two days of record daily highs, which led the state's power grid monitor to announce a transmission emergency on Monday.
In addition, HWI futures and options volume recorded daily highs with 392 futures and 405 options contracts trading on October 24.
Most construction issues rose by their daily highs in expectation of increasing business activity for infrastructure buildup in North Korea following the planned inter-Korean summit meeting, sending the construction index up by 13.
Banking and securities indices gained most with Korea Exchange Bank gaining by its daily highs.
Key bluechips finished strong with Pohang Iron and Steel gaining by its daily highs of 16,500 won.
Designed to provide Reuters users with valuable information regarding the underlying demand and direction of the US Treasury market, Cantor Market Insight features views of limit orders, trading stacks, daily highs and lows, last traded price, and arrows indicating the direction of the last traded price, for each of the five on-the-run UST benchmarks.
The pair is testing resistance from a line extended from daily highs in October, January, and April.
Green said things will change once the sun reappears, as it is supposed to on Monday, when daily highs are expected to reach 55 degrees and stay there for a few days.