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Price range

The interval between the high and low prices over which a stock has traded over a particular period of time.

Price Range

The high and low prices between which a security trades over a given period of time. The size of the price range is an indicator of volatility, with a large price range showing a great deal of volatility and a low range showing the opposite. A price range is also called simply a range.

price range

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According to the source, the California-based firm's initial price range put Facebook's valuation at 77 billion to 96 billion dollars, but that rises to 93 billion to 104 billion dollars under the new price range.
The company had sold shares near the mid-point of a marketed price range.
A spokesman for the company had reportedly said that the price range was now NOK19.
Home sellers in that price range, especially if they're in a quick-sell situation, should consider getting any obvious work done first and trying to recoup the cost in their sale price, he adds.
At the same time, the price range for the deal has been lowered to $19 to $20 a share from $22 to $24 a share.
On the West Side, the most common price range for the sales of pre-war coops was $200,000-to-$300,000, the same as in 1999's first quarter.
In the moderate price range ($98 to $150), the one- and two-day seminars emphasize train-the-trainer and communication skills.
Are there syrahs from California at the same price range that would have better represented this state?
The most popular price range for those transactions was between $100,000 and $200,000, Mr.
The quick buyer response and price range does not surprise Carolyn Zullo, a sales representative for D&S Development, which has built in-fill projects across the Valley.
Spaces in the $15 to $20 price range tend to be raw or in older, not well-maintained buildings.