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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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Taking into account the ideas of a changeless gospel and the mixing of the sanctified word with the secular, Moody examines the importance of hip-hop ministries to the younger generations.
It is both the changeless Eternal Light or foundational consciousness as Prakasha, as well as Vimarsha as the activity of the arising, maintenance and cessation of every manifestation.
The Qur'an, of course, has its own explanation for this: Islam is the changeless faith of God that has been revealed to humanity since time immemorial (Q 33:63).
First, I review nineteenth-century proto-Pan-African goals of "lofty civilization" and "vitalizing qualities in the changeless hopes of humanity." Second, I present some e-journals as modern vehicles to deliver and distribute the information from the humanities that is necessary to achieve these two nineteenth century goals.
In practice, we found that the connections of the measurement fixture and the precision of processing sample can hardly provide changeless influence in different measurements.
The contribution from the absorption property is excluded due to the changeless absorption spectra for all thin films with different annealing temperatures as indicated in Figure 3(b).
When rational conformity develops and becomes the changeless experience of the subject, it will easily be replaced by herd behavior.
So one sweet changeless chord too long sustain'd Falls at its close into a lower tone; So the swift train sped on the long straight way, Sways and is overthrown.
While Dewey stressed the saliency of change in the curriculum with emphases upon problems identified for solving, Bagley believed in a somewhat changeless curriculum with its enumerated curriculum areas--reading and the language arts, arithmetic, science, and social studies.
As Heraclitus put it, "there is nothing permanent except change," but in Tetkowski's case it is not the flowing water of the river that remains immutably changing and changeless simultaneously, it is the aggregation of particles of clay soil gathered from all places of our planet.
She concluded by quoting from Kipling: There is one lesson at all times and places One changeless truth on all things writ For boys and girls, women, men, nations, races Be fit, be fit ...