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Low

In the context of general equities, this is a specific minimum limit required by a seller in execution an order ("I'll sell 50 with an eighth low."); implies a not-held limit order. Antithesis of top.

Low

The smallest price of a stock over a given period of time, especially when the price has first been reached. That is, when a stock's prices have dipped below the previous record for a given period of time, analysts and reporters say that prices have reached "a new low." This is generally considered a bearish sign, especially when other indicators are also bearish.
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BEAUTIFUL BUILDING: Stephen Guy outside Lowlands mansion in West Derby
The Superior Craton in the James Bay Lowlands is an area with proven potential for hosting economic diamond deposits.
Like many such mansions, Lowlands was occupied by a succession of notable individuals, most famously Thomas Randies Withers, chairman of the Liverpool Stock
Parker does agree with the team on one point: If the northern lowlands are covered by a lava crust, which McEwen estimates to be at least several hundred meters thick, it's probably not a good place to look for fossils of ancient Martian life.
Lowlands was built in 1846 as a merchant's mansion in Italianate style.
Those with a larger number of craters, mostly in the lowlands, were resurfaced earlier.
The Company's Moose River Basin property is being explored for coalbed methane on over 250,000+ acres in the James Bay lowlands of northern Ontario.
Supporters of Lowlands in West Derby have launched a major fundraising campaign to protect and refurbish the Grade II listed Victorian merchant's house.
And while many more tree species grow in the Amazon lowlands than in the mountains, the diversity of herbs, shrubs, epiphytes (plants that grow on other plants), and mosses increases with altitude, he adds.
Pele's JBL Project includes the largest group of wholly-owned mining claims within a 30-kilometer radius of De Beers' Victor Project, 29 staked "Kyle-type" targets approximately 80 kilometers southwest of Victor and approximately 30 additional staked mining claims still further to the southwest, near the transition of the James Bay Lowlands and the Canadian Shield.
Thus far, he says, it appears that the hundreds of maize varieties existing today may trace back to a single race of teosinte growing in the lowlands that drain western Mexico's Balsas River.
Al Shefsky, President and CEO of Pele stated, "De Beers' Victor Kimberlite has established the James Bay Lowlands as a region with the potential to host world class diamond deposits.