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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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In the Shiva Sutras, everything is consciousness, both the manifestation of the process of becoming as Vimarsha, and the foundational consciousness which remains ever still and changeless as Prakasha.
For they fail to see that neither property, nor money, nor station, nor office, nor lineage, are fixed factors, in so large a thing as the destiny of man; that they are not vitalizing qualities in the changeless hopes of humanity.
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.
Among Catholics there was a fear among some people--and there still is a fear--that if you allow change on this, you're admitting that the teaching on sexuality is not changeless.
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.
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 .
In a sense, Lawrence's signature style was already established, which is not to imply that he was changeless, but thereafter the best of his portraits maintain the same remarkably high standard.
This intense individualism", Dos Passos writes, "born of a history whose fundamentals lie in isolated village communities --pueblos, as the Spaniards call them--over the changeless face of which, like grass over a field, events spring and mature and die, is the basic fact of Spanish life.
God is thus, both transcendent and immanent, eternal and temporal, changing and changeless.
Just 24 hours before Othman's release another lead organizer with Stop the Wall, Jamal Juma, was released from nearly a month of changeless detention and interrogation.
As a foreigner numbed by Cairo's constant pace, clatter and change, I had forgotten some of my romanticized images of the changeless East.
First of all, celestial things are simple in that they are not composite, and, second, they are made of a unique simple substance called aether (athir), which, unlike the four sublunary elements, is eternal and changeless in the sense that it is neither generated nor destructible (la yagbal al-kawn wa al fasad).