At the bell

At the bell

In context of general equities, at the opening or close of the market. See: MOC Order.
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At the Bell

1. See: At the open.

2. See: At the close.
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The heat and smell below drove them on deck with their plunder, and they found Disko at the bell, which he handed over to Harvey.
Harvey pounded despairingly at the bell, for he feared they might be sunk at any minute, and he jumped at Dan's hail as the crew came back.
After some fruitless ringing at the bells, and beating at the iron gates, they drew off a few paces to reconnoitre, and confer upon the course it would be best to take.
"Most of the participants have never tried anything like this before," she says, "and it gives them a sense of accomplishment to know that they can still learn something new - and succeed at it." She adds that this sense of accomplishment is reinforced by the overwhelmingly positive feedback received at the bell choir's performances.