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Tight

In line with or extremely close to the inside market or last sale in a stock (+/- 1/8). On the money.

Tight Market

A market or security with high trading volume and a small bid-ask spread. However, an investor can profit in a tight market, especially if he/she trades large numbers of securities. When the bid-ask spread is narrow, an investor may have difficulty making more than a small return for each trade, but sheer numbers can make returns add to a substantial amount.
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As with the previous international study, Gelfand said she and Harrington hope that their new research on tightness and looseness across the 50 states will ultimately inform national conversations and policy decisions on critical topics.
So he is going to be even more susceptible to getting these strains, this tightness that makes him apprehensive.
But when it comes to the emergence of women leaders, cultural tightness can have an advantage too.
Check both ends of the halfshaft for tightness at every 6-month service.
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Furcal also missed the Dodgers' final 12 games last season with lower back tightness.
Subsequently, fiber spinning was done with optimum filler level and the interplay of nanoscale OMMT, fabric tightness factor, and flame test conditions on the flammability of nylon 6 fabrics was investigated, which is the focus of this article.
The drug forces the lungs to work harder by obstructing air flow and causes chest tightness, a study found.
In addition, the tightness of the site and proximity to subway lines only serve to make it more complicated.
Women experiencing auras were also nearly twice as likely to have chest tightness or to need heart surgery, and they were more than twice as likely to die from a cardiovascular problem during the study, the researchers report in the July 19 Journal of the American Medical Association.
Knees with patellar tightness were three times more likely to have severe patellofemoral damage compared with those without tightness, Dr.
While a seasonal tightness in supply may share part of the blame, buyers and sellers say strong ongoing demand will keep markets hectic.