High price


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High price

The highest closing price of a stock over the past 52 weeks, adjusted for any stock splits, or the highest intraday price of a stock in the most recent (or current) trading session.

High Price

The highest price of a security over the past 52 weeks. The high price includes intraday price, not merely opening and closing prices.
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Seventy-five dollars sound like a high price, monsieur," answered Mademoiselle Hennequin; "but the ladies of Paris do not grudge their gold for ornaments to decorate their persons.
Cadwallader detested high prices for everything that was not paid in kind at the Rectory: such people were no part of God's design in making the world; and their accent was an affliction to the ears.
If such were the views of life on which the Dodsons and Tullivers had been reared in the praiseworthy past of Pitt and high prices, you will infer from what you already know concerning the state of society in St.
As Sir Richard Steele says, `Gluttons who give high prices for delicacies, are very worthy to be called generous.
Vasili Andreevich did not pay Nikita the eighty rubles a year such a man was worth, but only about forty, which he gave him haphazard, in small sums, and even that mostly not in cash but in goods from his own shop and at high prices.
To win the good-will of the people thou governest there are two things, among others, that thou must do; one is to be civil to all (this, however, I told thee before), and the other to take care that food be abundant, for there is nothing that vexes the heart of the poor more than hunger and high prices.
A very few days of practical experience in this land of high wages had been sufficient to make clear to them the cruel fact that it was also a land of high prices, and that in it the poor man was almost as poor as in any other corner of the earth; and so there vanished in a night all the wonderful dreams of wealth that had been haunting Jurgis.
However, shopkeepers are selling these both with the high price of 80 rupees.
He explained that the high price variations are generated by market conditions and the government can intervene only by offering farmers higher financial support for production.
As a result, demand for 4G services in Lebanon is expected to be minimal during the first phases of the launch, given the high price of smartphones that support such technology, the high prices of the service itself, and consumers' experience with the slow development and poor quality of 3G networks," BMI said.
The boycott of poultry products and the high price of livestock fodder are some of the reasons sheep traders cite for the high prices of livestock this year.
These high prices are actually a good thing and serve a purpose as an economic signal: firstly, it communicates the fact to the consumer that oil is scarce and so we have to treat it with respect; secondly, the high price should act as an incentive for either investment in oil exploration or a proactive search for alternative sources of energy.