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Closing price

Price of the last transaction of a particular stock completed during a day's trading session on an exchange.

Closing Price

The final bid and ask price of a security at the end of a trading session. It is also called the closing quote or the market close.

closing price

See close.

Closing price.

The closing price of a stock, bond, option, or futures contract is the last trading price before the exchange or market on which it is traded closes for the day.

With after-hours trading, however, the opening price at the start of the next trading day may be different from the closing price the day before.

When a security is valued as part of an estate or charitable gift, its value is set at the closing price on the day of the valuation of the estate.

closing price

the price of a STOCK or SHARE ruling at the close of the day's trading on the STOCK MARKET.
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The Egyptian Stock Exchange (EGX) will implement a new closing price mechanism on Thursday.
The new regulations stipulate that in order for a stock's closing price to change, the number of shares traded should not be less than 0.
The new regulations also stipulate that any private transactions between investment companies are to be excluded from determining the closing price.
For smaller countries, however, in the event of unexpected market closures, MSCI reserves the right to implement the index rebalancing as planned using the closing price of the last day the market was open.
83 per Normandy share (based on Friday's closing price of Newmont shares on the New York Stock Exchange).
Based upon SunGard's closing price of $40 1/4 on March 8, 1999, the shares to be issued by SunGard in the transaction, representing approximately five percent of SunGard's outstanding shares, have a current value of approximately $210 million.
0% premium over the average of Brylane's closing prices for the past 30 and 60 trading days, respectively.
In calculating the Median Pre-Closing Price, all closing prices prior to August 12, 1998 (the date on which HUBCO Common Stock begins trading ex-dividend) will be adjusted by dividing the actual closing prices by 1.
We also propose that, upon consummation of the tender offer, UPR and Pennzoil enter into a merger transaction in which each remaining Pennzoil share will be exchanged for a number of UPR shares, determined, within a pricing collar of $25 to $30, by dividing $84 by the average of the closing prices of UPR common stock for the twenty consecutive trading days ending five days prior to the meeting of Pennzoil shareholders called for the purpose of voting on the proposed merger.
The proposed transaction represents a 41% premium over Pennzoil's closing price of $59.
The exercise price has been calculated using the average closing price per share based on the closing prices during the period from February 29, 1996 to March 6, 1996, being the day preceding the day on which the option was granted.