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Price range

The interval between the high and low prices over which a stock has traded over a particular period of time.

Price Range

The high and low prices between which a security trades over a given period of time. The size of the price range is an indicator of volatility, with a large price range showing a great deal of volatility and a low range showing the opposite. A price range is also called simply a range.

price range

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HONG KONG: Samsonite International sold shares at the bottom end of a revised price range in its Hong Kong initial public offering (IPO), raising HK$9.
Of the nearly 100 houses on the market now, the median price currently fluctuates between $325,000 and $340,000, with more than 40 houses offered in the price range of $200,000-$325,000.
The report also provides detailed breakdowns of which price ranges of each type of device are preferred by each market.
The suggested retail price ranges from $55 for the souffle to $75 for a 12-inch quiche dish or a medium oval baker.
On the West Side, the most common price range for the sales of pre-war coops was $200,000-to-$300,000, the same as in 1999's first quarter.
Sales activity is concentrated at the entry-level price range, but it is also increasing at the middle and upper ranges, the association said.
Another important factor in the long-term recovery and in 1996 as well was that average pricing did not change very much even as activity spread to the higher price ranges.
The Roofing Estimator guides homeowners through a short series of questions to calculate projected price ranges based on the prevailing costs for materials and labor in their neighborhoods.
MAX, "The Ultimate TV Antenna System," provides an off-air UHF and VHF local channel solution and is offered in three models that are positioned to cover different reception and retail price ranges.
He said October activity was much stronger than expected, particularly in entry-level price ranges and the condominium market.