Low price

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Low price

The day's lowest price of a security that has changed hands between a buyer and a seller.

Low Price

The lowest price at which a security trades on a given trading day. It is usually lower than the closing price and is also called the daily low. See also: Daily High.
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investors continue to say today's low interest rates do more good for consumers by helping borrowers than do harm by hurting savers.
You'd be amazed by the "shootability" of today's low brace-height bows.
While properties that have freely prepay-able mortgages have been actively refinancing their mortgages, more and more owners of multifamily and healthcare properties are paying sometimes large prepayment penalties--often in the form of defeasance or Yield Maintenance payments --for the sake of locking in today's low rates for the longest term possible.
Risk on longs in AUDUSD should be kept to today's low given the extension potential on a drop to a new low (today's low is an intraday pivot high from 9/10).
Allows customers access to today's low market prices for generation through a competitive auction
As long as this picture doesn't change, there is reason to expect that the interest rate will eventually increase from today's low level.
Summary: Today's low in the GBPJPY lacked confirmation from RSI, which warns of at least a temporary low in the GBPJPY.
The lights, which burn for 100,000 hours, will last 10 times longer than today's low energy lightbulbs but can be made at a tenth of the cost.
Although today's low dose OCs are very effective in preventing pregnancy, studies have confirmed incomplete inhibition of pituitary ovarian function with follicular growth and resultant endogenous hormone production and potential for follicular cysts and ovulation.
Price is not the issue, especially with today's low interest rates and lenders willing to craft a loan to fit any buyer's need,'' Davis said.
As interest rates begin to rise, locking in at today's low mortgage rates is a good strategy.
In today's low interest rate environment, how many policies written years ago--when rates were substantially higher--might require restorative action?