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Low

In the context of general equities, this is a specific minimum limit required by a seller in execution an order ("I'll sell 50 with an eighth low."); implies a not-held limit order. Antithesis of top.

Low

The smallest price of a stock over a given period of time, especially when the price has first been reached. That is, when a stock's prices have dipped below the previous record for a given period of time, analysts and reporters say that prices have reached "a new low." This is generally considered a bearish sign, especially when other indicators are also bearish.
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The biozone corresponds to the main part of the Jogeva Beds (except the lowermost layers) in the Poltsamaa core and to the lower two-thirds of the Ikla Member in the Ikla core.
In core sections on northwestern Saaremaa (Muratsi, Undva, Viki, and Eikla) the Rumba Formation lies on the Jarva-Jaani Beds of the Nurmekund Formation which forms the lowermost part of the Raikkula Stage corresponding to the Rhuddanian (H.
2011) state that these peak values of conodont diversity were reached somewhat earlier, in the lowermost Darriwilian.
The lowermost samples have mixed fauna with redeposited conodonts from the underlying Paltodus deltifer Zone.
Sample 408-414 (locality A1562) is a composite one and includes seven small pieces of rock, all collected from a bryozoan mound but from different levels (distance between the lowermost and the uppermost sample is 5.
A gap in the lowermost Ludlow of Estonia has been observed earlier, based on the chitinozoan succession (missing biozones) (Nestor 1982).
This operation is expected to open over 600 feet of unrestricted flow from the existing interval, as well as reenter the formerly unavailable, lowermost promising interval at the base of the Monterey Shale.
The most reasonable explanation, concluded Garnero and Helmberger, was that certain regions of the lowermost mantle had a veneer of rock where seismic waves practically crawled along.