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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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Associates Insurance Co., South Bend, Ind., changed its name to Commercial Guaranty Casualty Insurance Co., effective Sept.
Women's level of education also increased, and while a change of partners was most common among those with the least education in each period, the gap grew over the 30 years of the study: In the earliest period, 5% of women with the lowest level of education (10 or fewer years of schooling) and 2% of those with the highest level (more than 14 years) changed partners between pregnancies; in the most recent period, the proportions were 19% and 6%, respectively.
For instance, a 28-mm Alcoa finish can be changed to a 28-mm PCO finish with a slight adjustment in the transition region of the preform.
Not a whole lot changed in the teachings on women over the next few centuries.
Donlon: In the process of effecting change and transforming culture, does the CEO, himself or herself, need to be changed?
That changed to 581 rehabilitations in the second year and 664 in the third year.
This agreement has changed the climate change issue from a debate over "Is global warming a problem?" to a search for answers to the question, "What do we do about it?"
A third and closely related issue is how the values of the library, its staff, and stakeholders will be strengthened or changed by the adoption of quality improvement.
For four decades, nothing changed; and then, as if the kaleidoscope had been rotated that extra millimeter, Soviet communism collapsed and world politics went from depressingly boring to unpredictably turbulent.
The availability of no-fee noninterest checking was the only one of the three to have changed a statistically significant amount over the period, rising 5 percentage points.
Simply put, change management is a process whereby businesses can be transformed--from the inside out--to one which can adapt to, align itself with and succeed in its changed business environment.
launch the changed plane and observe its flight path.