Low price

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Low price

The day's lowest price of a security that has changed hands between a buyer and a seller.

Low Price

The lowest price at which a security trades on a given trading day. It is usually lower than the closing price and is also called the daily low. See also: Daily High.
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Research suggests a daily low dose of the drug boosts the thickness of the womb, reducing inflammation and boosting blood flow.
A trial is now the effect of a daily low dose of 80milligrams of aspirin on the survival of elderly patients with bowel cancer in Holland.
The launch of Visa payWave debit cards in Lebanon will contribute to boost the usage rate of debit cards on POS terminals that were used for cash withdrawals on ATMs and will provide customers with a new payment solution turning daily low value transactions into quick payments by a simple tap of the card on a contactless reader.
DAILY low doses of aspirin could slow the decline in brain power among elderly women at high risk of heart disease, new research has found.
A DAILY low dose aspirin pill taken with a glass of milk could be a simple way to avoid dying of cancer, research suggests.
Summary: A daily low dose aspirin pill taken with a glass of milk could be a simple way to avoid dying of cancer, research suggests.
The results showed that those who took a daily low dose of 75mg of aspirin had a lower chance of developing the disease.
Independence Air currently offers approximately 400 daily low fare flights to 45 destinations with comfortable leather seats and Tender Loving Service(SM).
Launching the service at John Lennon Airport, Cathy Timlin, Ryanair spokeswoman, said: ``Ryanair is delighted to announce our first direct daily low fares route to Italy from Liverpool Airport.
funds brought the dollar down to the daily low early in the morning, dealers said.
The trading ranges of the first four days were almost identical with only a temporary $40 dip on Wednesday producing a low of $8,455 from the normal daily low of $8,490.
Jafri says the findings, which he plans to present in Amsterdam this June at the International Congress on Thrombosis and Hemostasis, confirm what earlier studies had suggested: Platelet stickiness reaches a daily low overnight, then begins a steep climb when a person rises.