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Close

The close is the period at the end of the trading session. Sometimes used to refer to closing price. Related: Opening.

Close

1. The end of a trading day on an exchange.

2. The final price of a security at the end of a trading day. It is also called the closing price.

close

1. The end of a session of trading.
2. The last price at which a security trades during a trading session. The last price is reported in the financial media and is of particular importance to the valuation of investment portfolios. Also called closing price, last.
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Wright has sailed close to the wind before, with one show featuring him talking about how amusing he finds dwarves.
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As Vialli's side started to show greater attacking potency, Neil Cox fired a free-kick over the crossbar and Brown found himself sailing close to the wind as he fouled Scott Dobie but escaped a second caution.
In any business you will always find people sailing very close to the wind, but there have also been too many people wrongly accused," says Roe.
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