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Rangebound

Describing a security that trades between two relatively close prices. That is, a rangebound security is not trending in either direction. For example, a stock that trades between $45 and $46 over the course of a trading day may be described as rangebound.
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Herzog expects the stock to remain range bound in the near-term "given continued disruption and limited positive catalysts.
LAHORE -- The day ended on a range bound note despite a robust open as listless trading dominated market sentiment, closing the week on a dull note.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Jan 12 (ANI): Sensex, Nifty on Friday continued to be range bound, wiping out morning gains after four Supreme Court judges raised concerns over administration of the top court.
Gold is likely to remain range bound, with bias to the downside," Century Financial Brokers added in a research note.
Traders and analysts expect range bound and volatile trading to prevail in the upcoming week in the backdrop of trigger-less market.
27 continues to suggest the market remains range bound between the 7,000-7,400 levels in the near term,' said BDO Unibank chief strategist Jonathan Ravelas.
Contract notice: Automatic articulated ladder truck with the last stretch of 30 meters working range bound for the fire intervention unit.
Mumbai: In a range bound trade, the benchmark S&P BSE Sensex ended almost flat at 27,860.
The S&P 500 was range bound for most of the period, but eventually rose to a new all-time high and closed the period 3% higher than where it started.
The dollar, meanwhile, was range bound against the yen amid a lack of fresh trading cues, they added.
However, the S&P 500 stayed range bound as market participants warily eyed the BLS's unemployment report.
While we believe the New York Times is better positioned than its peers longer term with a strong brand name, good circulation revenue growth and a relatively superior digital strategy, we still expect the stock to remain range bound near term," the note said.
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