Trading price

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Trading price

The price at which a security is currently selling.

Trading Price

In the context of a trading day, the price at which a security is being bought or sold at any given time. The trading price is advertised on an exchange's overhead board, and is often also posted on the Internet with updates up to every minute.
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In DAW037, Fraud Lawsuit Filed for Purchasers of Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE: RAD), moved earlier today, we are advised by the company that the second paragraph, last sentence should read "As a result of these announcements, the price of Rite Aid bonds collapsed, falling as much as 30% on November 10, 1999 alone, and now trade at a fraction of their trading prices during the Class Period" rather than "As a result of these announcements, the price of Rite Aid bonds collapsed, falling as much as 30% on November 10, 1999 along, and now trade at a faction of their trading prices during the Class Period" as originally issued.
For this purpose, the trading prices of McDermott common stock and B&W common stock on the New York Stock Exchange will be used, but it is uncertain which trading prices should be used for this purpose.
The Share Repurchase Program reflects the decision of the board of directors that recent trading prices for WRI's Common Stock do not reflect its true value.
The condition to convertibility ceased because the average of the trading prices of the debentures for the ten consecutive trading day period ending July 27, 2006 was greater than 105% of the average of the conversion values of the debentures during that same period, as calculated under the indenture relating to the debentures.
Wang cautioned that, in view of the discrepancy between these trading prices and the possible valuation discussed in its announcement earlier today, investors should carefully consider the information contained in the announcement, as well as the then-current market price, before trading in Wang stock.
After oil, coffee is the second-highest traded commodity in the world, and trading prices often fluctuate wildly.
After oil, coffee is the second-largest traded commodity in the world, and trading prices fluctuate wildly.
The ratings and trading prices of the Notes will depend on many factors, including our financial condition and results of operations and general market and economic conditions.
The date on which the split shares will be reflected on NASDAQ trading prices is July 2, 2004.
After five years, if certain conditions relating to trading prices of DRI's common stock have not been met, then cumulative quarterly dividends will begin to accrue at a rate of 10 percent per annum on the liquidation value of $5,000 per share, the conversion price will be reduced, and DRI will then and thereafter have the right to redeem the shares at face value plus any accrued and unpaid dividends.