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Minus

The symbol (-) that precedes the change figure in a stock table to indicate a closing sale lower than that of the previous day.

Minus

1. Informal; a security with a closing price lower than its opening price.

2. See: Minus tick.
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Electric machinery makers saw an improvement to minus 5 from minus 16.
Other temperatures included: Ingleby Barwick, minus 11C; Guisborough, minus 12C; Middlesbrough minus 13C, Thornaby minus 12C and Hartlepool minus 9C.
purchases index fell from minus 15 to minus 17, although this was better than
Our focus at Minus 5 is the art of ice," said founder and president, Craig Ling.
If it's minus two or three we would be hopeful of racing, but obviously minus five would be more problematic.
We are not sure how low it's going to go, if it's minus two or three we would be hopeful of racing, but obviously minus five would be more problematic.
By late afternoon, temperatures had already dipped to minus 8C in Welshpool, Powys, and minus 6C in Colwyn Bay, Conwy.
To compare, the official price of Souedie for March is minus $6.
Today was supposed to get above freezing but it has been minus one for most of the day.
In the quest to de-stress, Japanese are currently sticking, breathing, wearing and walking on as many minus ion products as possible.
Plus & Minus says its single-file design solves the problem that many systems face in separating data "recording" from data "reporting.
The Bank of Japan's (BOJ) key index measuring corporate demand for commercial bank loans fell to minus 29 in the April-June quarter from minus 25 for the January-March period, the central bank said Monday.