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High price

The highest closing price of a stock over the past 52 weeks, adjusted for any stock splits, or the highest intraday price of a stock in the most recent (or current) trading session.

High Price

The highest price of a security over the past 52 weeks. The high price includes intraday price, not merely opening and closing prices.
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One can't eat fowls of a bad character at a high price.
Seventy-five dollars sound like a high price, monsieur," answered Mademoiselle Hennequin; "but the ladies of Paris do not grudge their gold for ornaments to decorate their persons.
He was fortunate in procuring a noble animal for his own use, which was praised by the Indians for its great speed and bottom, and a high price set upon it.
I have bought this flower at a high price, for I have said I would give you to a wild lion; and when he has you, he will tear you in pieces, and eat you.
The people seemed to have no other idea than to live on this fat meat and corn bread,--the meat, and the meal of which the bread was made, having been bought at a high price at a store in town, notwithstanding the face that the land all about the cabin homes could easily have been made to produce nearly every kind of garden vegetable that is raised anywhere in the country.
He meant to do what he believed to be his duty; but to be at outs with Anne was a high price to pay.
That from the son set forth that Mr Clennam would, he knew, be gratified to hear that he had at length obtained permanent employment of a highly satisfactory nature, accompanied with every prospect of complete success in life; but that the temporary inability of his employer to pay him his arrears of salary to that date (in which condition said employer had appealed to that generous forbearance in which he trusted he should never be wanting towards a fellow-creature), combined with the fraudulent conduct of a false friend and the present high price of provisions, had reduced him to the verge of ruin, unless he could by a quarter before six that evening raise the sum of eight pounds.
The poor cannot afford such high prices, and due to this, they are not getting good food for two time eating.
ASTORE -- The district administration here Thursday started crackdown against shopkeepers selling sweaters, blankets and woolen garments on high prices in the district.
PESHAWAR -- The district administration conducted crackdown operation against profiteers and booked 22 shopkeepers for selling vegetables and fruits on high prices against government 's prescribed approved list.
Various shopkeepers were fined a total of 33000 rupees for selling poor quality goods and on high prices.
Mitanovski writes that Ohrid is definitely a weekend-city and the bad weather and high prices are only additional accelerations of something that has went down the hill.