Price Movement

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Price Movement

A change in the price of a security or other asset, especially in the short term. For example, whether a stock rises or falls on Monday, it undergoes price movements throughout the trading day.
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Avivas analysis of typical shopping habits of different age groups2 and the price movements of different services and goods3 unveils a very different experience for different age groups.
For example, a price movement may appear significant when compared to the current price levels of a currency pair, but may in fact be quite small when viewed in the context of the pair's historical price movements.
The Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange (DGCX) announced the launch of Market Watch, a content rich micro-website that provides in-depth analysis of trading data and price movements of DGCX products along with charts and market depth features.
Other oil firms, including another top player, Shell, have not announced price movements, as of this writing, but are expected to make similar adjustments since nearly all the fuel products in the country are imported and thus vulnerable to international prices movements.
Market forces will generally pull the other players to follow competitors' lead on price movements.
The central flaw lies in believing that price movements in financial products follow a normal distribution around a central mean.
PAFA uses weekly indices published by Platts and ICIS to monitor material price movements and its members can also use them to determine price movements to end customers.
com)-- Market Dynamix is a recent innovation that leverages the classical science of motion to determine and forecast price movements and support levels of traded securities.
25 (F9), which is the probability of two successive upward price movements.
You have to make a sell or buy decision in the blink of an eye while watching stock price movements.
Dutch traders said the price movements had gone as expected and described it as a "very good week".
Collectively they accounted for half of the price movements recorded during the month and if these figures were removed, the trend in January would have been an average price rise of 1.