Advancer


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Advancer

An informal term for a stock or other security that has risen in price over a given period. For example, if a stock opens at $5 and closes at $5.25, it is said to be an advancer for that trading day. See also: Decliner.

Advancer.

Stocks that have gained, or increased, in value over a particular period are described as advancers.

If more stocks advance than decline -- or lose value -- over the course of a trading day, the financial press reports that advancers led decliners. When that occurs over a period of time, it's considered an indication that the stock market is strong.

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Turnover was 438 million shares worth 2.7 trillion won and decliners overwhelmed advancers 633 to 213, with 38 issues closing unchanged.
Decliners led advancers 528 to 296 with 59 others remaining unchanged.
There were 110 decliners that edged out 87 advancers, while 53 stocks were unchanged.
The day's notable advancers comprised foods, retail and services-linked shares.
Advancers were beaten by decliners, 38 to 144, while issues unchanged.
gains supported sentiment, with banks among advancers. The S&P/ASX 200 was up 0.6% at 4513.80.

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