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

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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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Although nothing else comes close to offering farmers the same broad-spectrum protection for their crops, this chemical is slated to be phased out under the Clean Air Act by Jan.
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But none comes close to the Reagan Library with its artifacts, photographs and now this giant aircraft, they said.
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Recognizing the unrepresentability of the subject, even on a political level, Kahrs favors perceptual models grounded in painterly practice: how does a blue shadow on a red ground achieve an intensity that comes close to that of an eye that is swollen shut?
Quite simply, no other company or solution comes close to this track record.
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Miriam expresses surprise to see human qualities and comes close to respecting them, but she repeatedly labels them as filthy and as savages.
Now a team of University of Chicago researchers has invented an optical system that comes close to this thermodynamic limit.