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Range

The high and low prices, or high and low bids and offers, recorded during a specified 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.

range

The high and low prices reached by a security within a given period. A large range in relation to a security price tends to indicate greater price volatility, making the security a better candidate for trading purposes but not necessarily for investment purposes. Also called price range.

range

A division of land in the public land survey system.Each range line is approximately 6 miles apart and is identified according to its distance east or west from the principal meridian for the area. Range 1 West is in the column immediately west of the principal meridian for the area. See public land survey system.

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In a report to Congress, the Defense Science Board panel recommended creating an ``All-Service Range Command'' as the first step in the process.
In keeping with the practice at meetings when the Committee sets its long-run ranges for the money and debt aggregates, the members of the Committee and the Federal Reserve Bank presidents not currently serving as members provided their individual projections of the growth in real and nominal GDP, the rate of unemployment, and the rate of inflation for the years 1995 and 1996.
The 9300/9400 Series of water-circulating temperature-control units (new in 1992) covers temperature ranges from water supply temperature to as high as 300 F, when adequate water supply pressure is available.
Under the concept of a partial offer is meant individual ranges (1-29).
M3 were at the bottom of the Committee's ranges for 1994, and total domestic nonfinancial debt had expanded at a moderate rate in the lower half of its monitoring range.
When it applies, there is an important practical consequence: Results obtained in limited intervals of temperature and frequency can easily be extrapolated on wider ranges allowing the performance prediction even when experimental capabilities fail.
Outdoor living is an emerging category for the grocer operators as they continue to develop their ranges into all things non-food.
The Committee then turned to a discussion of the economic outlook, the ranges for the growth of money and debt in 1993 and 1994, and the implementation of monetary policy over the intermeeting period ahead.
Through June, expansion of the two broad aggregates was somewhat below the lower ends of the ranges established by the Committee for the year.
For the year 1991, the expansion of both M2 and M3 was estimated to have been at rates a little above the lower ends of the Committee's ranges, while growth of total domestic nonfinancial debt appeared to have been marginally above the lower end of its monitoring range.
DENVER -- Metals Treatment Technologies (MT2), an environmental technology firm which owns patented processes for recovering, treating and neutralizing toxic metals, announces completion of a record number of projects to help law enforcement agencies, developers and city governments eliminate the hazards associated with lead and other heavy metals in the soil of firing ranges, brownfields, mines and industrial sites.
For the year thus far, expansion of M2 and M3 had been in the middle portion of the Committee's ranges.