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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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On people's complaints, the Deputy Commissioner Nadeem Nasir have directed the magistrates and assistant commissioner to expedite campaign against shopkeepers who are selling woolen garments, sweaters and blankets on very high prices.
According to details, the Assistant Commissioner, Moghees Sanaullah and Additional Assistant Commissioner Inayatullah Khan accompanied by Assistant Food Controller Tasbihullah Khan conducted raids at vegetables and fruits markets at Inqalab Road and GT Road and arrested 22 shopkeepers for selling these items on high prices against the Govt's approved list.
According to Galbraith there is no end in sight to the high prices, "Planting in England is already a month behind, with some parts of Scotland even later.
BEIRUT: The relatively high prices of the fourth generation mobile services and dongles in Lebanon may discourage customers from the subscribing to the new product, an international business organization said.
The boycott of poultry products and the high price of livestock fodder are some of the reasons sheep traders cite for the high prices of livestock this year.
Persistently high prices at this stage of the economic cycle may ultimately sow the seeds of their own destruction.
Only a few lots sold at the record high prices, however.
The organisation has requested an urgent meeting with Enterprise Minister Batt O'Keeffe as they claim high prices are driving many of its members out of business.
A NUMBER of supermarkets dropped their milk prices yesterday following a call from the Commerce Minister to tackle high prices and profiteering in the Cypriot market.
Marketers should think twice about trying to mislead consumers by putting high prices on low-quality products or by touting attributes that seem to signal quality but in reality are meaningless.
Summary: The recent falls noticed in the prices of some building materials, notably the cement and concrete reinforcing bar have not any immediate impact on the finale price of new houses which are still growing due to speculation and high prices of land basis.
After all, wage settlements are only one factor that goes towards generating high prices.