Down volume

Down volume

When a stock decreases in value on a particular day, the volume in that stock is considered down volume. Related: Up volume.

Down Volume

The trading volume of a security on a trading day during which the security closed down for the day. That is, when the closing price is lower than the opening price, all volume on that security for that day is considered down volume. Technical analysts use down volume and up volume to determine buy and sell signals.
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We've turned down volume work because it doesn't fit with the way we want to do things here.
Bulgaria is in the top tier of EU member states with the most dropped down volume of retail trade for last year, according to a recently released Eurostat study.
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By double clicking the down volume button, a photo can be captured in only one second.
In view of the constrained operating environment, SIBL IUS continued to scale down volume of business activities as per the Board's approved policy to contain risk.
2 seconds after doubleA[degrees]clicking the down volume button intuitively while in locked mode.
Regardless of scope and size, before you launch into a building, program of any kind, nail down volume, guiding principles and service guarantees first, and communicate up and down the organization.
However, as it was a 20-minute walk from the main stage, the crowds were somewhat subdued and the turned down volume didn't help either.
He said the decision to slow down volume growth was the "right strategy" when the land market was looking so strong.
Most of the offer was rejected, but even the scaled down volume of over 2,200 tonnes of steer and young bull beef now being taken off the market is nearly twice the tonnage accepted in the previous tender round late last month.
It will help reduce Nokia's load by slowing down volume to the national repair center.
The overall market has suffered greatly over recent years due to the 2009 recession, coupled with technological innovations which have driven down volume sales of traditionally printed books, while also reducing the value of the market.