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Opening price

The range of prices at which the first bids and offers are made or the first transactions are completed on an exchange.

Opening

1. The beginning of a trading session on an exchange.

2. The first price of a security at the beginning of a trading day. In this sense, the opening is also called the opening price.

opening price

See opening.
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Conversely, Linkage Assurance was the best performing stock in percentage terms, appreciating by 24.64 per cent to close at 86k per share against the opening price of 69k.
I borrow a clever measure of non-information-based volatility from the literature regarding opening price volatility.
However, the stock prices went down afterwards, and the price of CSCEC slumped to 6.53 yuan, ending the day below the opening price but 56.22% higher than the issue price.
Here the retailer has launched a massive revamping of its store-operations group, recognizing that stores with unhappy and unmotivated associates are unlikely to have any appeal to customers beyond their opening price points.
Consider the bidding wars at auctions: The opening price is usually low enough to create a fast-paced one-upmanship between bidders, with many people participating.
Auctions are usually conducted in a Dutch auction format, whereby the buyer sets the opening price and descending bids are made in rounds.
The company added 4.5p to its opening price of 100p, after dealing began in its shares on London's Alternative Investment Market.
The winner touched evens in the ring before returning to her opening price of 4-7.
The opening price for the 65 million-year-old dinosaur was pounds 3.5million.
Sunnyvale, California-based Tivo, which imports techniques from the internet to TV enabling viewers to pause, rewind and play back live footage closed the week at $37 from an opening price of $16.
Resistance is at the opening price of the day at $166.18.
As for silver, the official said it rose to USD 18.81 per ounce as the elections results came out, adding that it dropped again to USD 17.17, with 81 cents difference from the opening price. Silver trading will largely depend on electronic deals in the upcoming days, with expectations of a weak industrial demand on the metal, Hamid said.