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Uptick

On an exchange, a transaction in which a security was traded at the higher price than its previous trade. Some regulations and rules on exchanges only permit certain transactions following an uptick or a zero-plus tick, though some, such as the short sale rule, have become obsolete with increased digitalization of the market. An uptick is also called a plus tick.

uptick

An upward price movement for a security transaction compared with the preceding transaction of the same security. Also called plus tick. Compare downtick.

Uptick.

An uptick is the smallest possible incremental increase in a security's price, which, for stocks, is one cent. So when there's an uptick in a stock selling at $20.25 cents, the new price is $20.26 cents.

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"That's the argument that I've given against the uptick rule for a long time.
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There was a 10.8 percent increase in insurance agent licensure in Arkansas in 2018 over the previous year, as well as an uptick in the licensing of insurance businesses, the state insurance department announced.
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Researchers found that roughly after every 32 years there was an uptick in the number of significant earthquakes worldwide.
According to EP Vantage, the editorial arm of Evaluate Ltd., the current business friendly stance at the FDA is unlikely to change next year, while M and A could see an uptick, driven by big pharma and big biotech's need to re-stock pipelines and US tax reforms.
Abu Dhabi: Oil prices are expected to stick to current levels and eventually see a higher uptick later in 2018 due to greater likelihood for more oil to be taken out of the market following Opec output cut agreement, according to analysts.
The assessment was made on the basis of the Earth's movement data that shows a significant uptick in earthquakes after a certain period of slowdown in the Earth's rotation.
The report also noted that coming from a "low base" for activity following a difficult couple of years in the Middle East - due to the dramatic slump in crude oil prices, various political shockwaves, and a slowdown in economic growth - conditions for an "uptick" in IPO issuance among the GCC economies are "looking increasingly fertile" once more.
Although home renters will escape taxation because residential rentals will be exempt from VAT, landlords may lose out on other expenses they incur with VAT, making rental prices vulnerable to an uptick, said Lukman Hajje, chief commercial officer of Propertyfinder Group.
While this could provide a short-term uptick in sales, it is unlikely to stop the longer-term decline in diesel market share.