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Low price

The day's lowest price of a security that has changed hands between a buyer and a seller.
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Low Price

The lowest price at which a security trades on a given trading day. It is usually lower than the closing price and is also called the daily low. See also: Daily High.
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However, US gold futures for December delivery settled down $2.90, or 0.2 percent, at $1,211.50 per ounce, pressured by strong global stocks and after the US dollar index came off its daily lows, said George Gero, managing director of RBC Wealth Management.
The breach of recent daily lows at 1.3050-52 mark a bearish development for the pairing and, for now, directional bias looks to remain to the downside.
Seoul stocks closed off their daily lows as institutional and retail investors did bargain-hunting toward the close of the session.
The pound fell to daily lows in the midst of her landmark address, which outlined plans for a potential two-year transitional deal but confirmed that the UK would still eventually leave the single market and customs union as part of its divorce from the EU.
The British Pound hit a one month low versus the EURO, .8977, however is trading now near the daily lows at .8905.
None fell by the daily lows. Securities, construction, and rubber issues were among the biggest gainers.
The city saw daily lows dip to 10 C below zero and highs remain at subzero levels Monday through Thursday.
LG Securities lost by daily lows due to rumors of its merging with LG Merchant Bank.
USD-JPY has a series of daily lows that were seen during the latter part of July between 110.58 and 110.76, which now mark a key support zone.
There were no issues that hit the daily lows. Securities and insurance issues gained most amid the general rise.