new highs

Highs

Stocks, especially on a single index, that arrive at their new highest prices for the trailing 52-week period. They are also called new highs.

new highs

See highs.
References in classic literature ?
The first to come out was Vassenka Veslovsky, in new high boots that reached half-way up his thick thighs, in a green blouse, with a new Russian leather cartridge-belt, and in his Scotch cap with ribbons, with a brand-new English gun without a sling.
That seemed to be the message from investors Friday as they snapped up stocks, sending two market gauges to new highs and leaving the Dow Jones industrial average just 40 points short of a record.
They recovered after that, but not to new highs, and are falling again.
Stock indexes sprinted to a second week of new highs as traders, deciding that households will spend freely for the holidays and into the first quarter of 1997, pushed consumer shares higher Monday.