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Change

The difference between the closing price on a trading day and the closing price on the previous trading day. The change may be positive or negative. For example, if a stock closes at $11 on Tuesday and $12 on Wednesday, it has a change of +$1. On the other hand, if the stock falls to $10 on Friday, it has a change of -$2. Change is also called net change. See also: Technical Analysis.

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Most of all, we need young people to engage and to change minds and practices so that the corruption of today plays no role in the future.
Summary: Actor is hoping to change minds about sanitation issues in India
Its mission statement is simple:"We open eyes and change minds."
Representing a wide range of views on religion--both positive and negative--and with an emphasis on the God of Christian theism in a Western culture still strongly influenced by Christian thinking, albeit including Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, and Buddhist perspectives, Gutting seeks not to change minds but to advance thought.
Perhaps the arrival of the proposed 5th and Hill building, featuring several cantilevered lap pools jutting out of the side of the edifice, will be striking enough to change minds. Developer Jeffrey Fish's building, located next to trendy rooftop restaurant Perch, is expected be at least 55 stories tall, with more than 100 condos and a possible hotel.
Funny, touching, and honest, this wonderful book looks at a daughter and her power to change minds and fill hearts with love so deep that, as Sophie once remarked to her mom, "I love you so much my heart can't even believe it!" Theirs is a story worth reading.
This treatment of such a delicate and explosive issue is nothing short of impressive: this is a book about climate change that could actually change minds. Between the solid research, the lack of political divisiveness, and the author's dedication to the idea of American leadership in climate change, the book rings with enthusiasm of an infectious variety.
"We can't change minds without knowing what's in them." This understanding, he emphasized, is not the same as acceptance.
Nothing this week will change minds. The levy must be scrapped TD PEARSE DOHERTY yesterday
They analyse how advertising can change minds to promote sustainable consumption, giving them invaluable skills in critical thinking and writing.