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Change

The difference between the closing price on a trading day and the closing price on the previous trading day. The change may be positive or negative. For example, if a stock closes at $11 on Tuesday and $12 on Wednesday, it has a change of +$1. On the other hand, if the stock falls to $10 on Friday, it has a change of -$2. Change is also called net change. See also: Technical Analysis.

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67) "Perhaps this day in years to come/May find their wanderers far from home/And with joy-haunting memories cheer/The shadows of that changeful year.
Some of this work would satisfy Neustadt's call for "histories of actual development at changeful moments in the lives of institutions" made in his "preachment from retirement" (in Shapiro, Kumar, and Jacobs 2000, 466).
In secret pleasure, secret tears, This changeful life has slipped away, As friendless after eighteen years, As lone as on my natal day There have been times, I cannot hide, There have been times when this was drear, When my sad soul forgot its pride And longed for one to love me here.
S]ince the behavioral sciences are so very young, imprecise, and changeful, their findings have an uncertain expectancy of life.
During most of the ballet she reigns supreme, and it is only at the close that an alliance of gods and personified virtues succeeds in storming her castle and dragging her to the feet of the figure seated in direct opposition to her at the opposite end of the rectangular hall, King Henri III, the supposed embodiment of earthly and heavenly stability: What was problematic for Conti and the other interpreters, as it still was for Yates, was the apparent restoration of Circe to vigor and power in the Grand Ballet, which does indeed visibly dramatize an endless renewal of changeful being.
Recklessness, before unfelt, is manifested in the mad, perpetual, changeful, undirected motion, not of wave after wave, as it appears from the shore, but of the very same water rising and falling.
Human contact with a changeful home, as expressed through the cultural landscape, is our field of work.
In an effort to avoid domesticating a wildness that is inimical to the academic drive for significant underlying order, Michelson offers an antireading that keeps faith with our fundamental experience of Twainian humor - as rambunctious, anarchic, changeful, and, above all, uncontainable.
could only glean / The changeful outlines of the scene," prompting him to ask forgiveness from the locals for "the stranger's meagre line, / That seems to slight that spot of thine" (I:117-20).
Chen I-tuan, deputy director of the department of economic research, the CBC, noted that growth rate of M1B is more changeful, due to its narrower composition.