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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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These may all seem like small insignificant price rises but when you put them together, along with this week's Government imposed rise in VAT, the euro changeover months will prove expensive for everyone.
Like other Europeans, Austrians are beginning to grasp that the Euro changeover is a terrible blow intended to completely destroy national sovereignty.
This measure will ensure that the changeover is as quick and efficient as possible and will particularly help retailers.
But that transition has only been via computer procedures, whereas the cash changeover will involve the physical distribution of notes and coins.
When confronted with the lack of personnel due to sickness or holiday absences or an abnormally heavy demand for police services, police forces employ quick changeovers within the regulation system.
The changeover process has largely been regarded as a low priority area for improvement; usually there is no one person responsible and the time is largely unmanaged.
The upshot: Particularly when customer desires are fluctuating or demand is uncertain, eliminating changeover time can save a tremendous amount of money.
This campaign, launched last July, invites businesses (retailers, financial institutions, internet shops) to commit not to misuse the changeover for their own profit, respect the changeover rules and provide the necessary assistance to their clients.
Its Human Machine Interface (HMI) can store instructions for the production of multiple products, which speeds initial set-up and reduces changeover time from twenty minutes to one minute (including gripper changeover).
The model 206 allows manufacturers to run multiple package sizes and pack patterns for a variety of retailers while reducing changeover downtime.
The Multipacker's patented RoboWand wrapping feature can be positioned at any point in space above the conveyor and moved to exactly the right place to package a particular desired pack pattern, the company says, adding that with an infinite number of paths, the RoboWand can be programmed to deal with packages of any size, meaning shorter changeover times and no changeover of parts.