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Low

In the context of general equities, this is a specific minimum limit required by a seller in execution an order ("I'll sell 50 with an eighth low."); implies a not-held limit order. Antithesis of top.

Low

The smallest price of a stock over a given period of time, especially when the price has first been reached. That is, when a stock's prices have dipped below the previous record for a given period of time, analysts and reporters say that prices have reached "a new low." This is generally considered a bearish sign, especially when other indicators are also bearish.
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Both these recoveries enact in miniature the regeneration of the hero traced by the poem as a whole, as he proceeds from lowliness to the ultimate reassertion of his heroic identity in the slaughter of the intruders in his household.
In A Quip for an Upstart Courtier he lets a jury give preference to Cloth Breeches over Velvet Breeches, to lowliness over pride, and in Friar Bacon and Friar Bun gay he lauds the sane country virtues of a humble gamekeeper and his daughter.
The lowliness of polentaciums directly preceding -acium accordingly enhances the incongruity and wit: polentacium damnum.
Relative to the notion of mystical enslavement, as mentioned earlier, the European Catholics, who were strongly influenced by Baroque religion, highly esteemed the African Christians, believing that their lowliness intensified their intimacy with Christ.
Marpeck, "Concerning the Lowliness of Christ," in The Writings of Pilgram Marpecic, 433.
Andres encourages her interest in good manners and the fineries of dress, but the orphan still prefers Muergo's lowliness.
Despite the lowliness of this occupation I fondly imagined it to be the start of an important working career, and I felt equally important as I caught the train each morning with a host of bowler-hatted businessmen from Penarth to Clarence Road station in the docks.
That predisposition to lowliness was his only bargaining card for staying in charge.
8) Recurring words in "Female Characters of Scripture" include the language of lowliness and loneliness as well as the glorified, the queenly, and the angelic.
Josephine Lagu Yanga from the corruption charges directed against her by the government of south Sudan (GoSS), to many came as a complete surprise not because that they have any disrespect to the judiciary in south Sudan, but because in the first place they thought that the courts didn't even exist, given the stories of rampant corruption and lowliness that have lately swarmed the region.
This for two reasons, one arising from the height, the other from the lowliness, of man as imago dei.
It is not the aggressive imperial or political dimension of the missionary process that our historians emphasize, but the lowliness of the slave, the miraculous spiritual strength of the virgin, and the evangelical zeal and prayer of the humble captive turned missionary.