Price Movement

Price Movement

A change in the price of a security or other asset, especially in the short term. For example, whether a stock rises or falls on Monday, it undergoes price movements throughout the trading day.
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For example, a price movement may appear significant when compared to the current price levels of a currency pair, but may in fact be quite small when viewed in the context of the pair's historical price movements.
Archer is designed to predict price movement based on trading activity that is about to happen.
Market Dynamics presents a revolutionary method for predicting the price movement behavior of traded securities based on known and projected fundamentals," explains Josh Dayanim, the founder of Market Dynamix.
23, 2009 (CENS)--Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) plans to lift the daily limit on the price movement of Taiwan depository receipts (TDRs) during the first several trading sessions after their listing, in order to curb their abnormal incessant rises.
F16 represents the result of an upward movement in price in year 1 followed by a downward movement in year 2; F25 reflects a downward price movement in year 1 followed by an upward movement in year 2.
2 per cent of all vehicles then on sale recorded a price movement up or down.
At that time, the interim estimates of price movement using OPIS data will be replaced with prices from the PPI sample.
This week's price movement in petroleum commodities had been mixed, with gasoline prices going down by P0.