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Rise

To increase in price, especially for a security. If a stock's price is $10 per share at the start of the trading day and $15 at the end, the stock is said to have risen.
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Then in December 2015 and January 2016, it rose above 36,000 to the dollar briefly and even exceeded the price before Rohani was elected on a few days before strengthening again.
Summary: Oil rose above $108 a barrel on Monday as investors shift their focus to US oil that extended its gains against Brent after flipping to a premium for the first time since 2010 in the previous session.
Summary: KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, Dhu Al-Hijjah 25, 1431, Dec 01, 2010, SPA -- Oil prices rose above $84 a barrel, the Associated Press reported.
TOKYO - The key Nikkei stock index rose above the 10,000 line Friday for the first time in five weeks, with the continued weakening of the yen easing pressure on Japanese exporters.
Summary: Oil prices rose above $48 a barrel on Monday amid rumorsC*
Propelled by this mission, Mallett rose above his working-class roots to become one of the first African Americans to earn a Ph.
Clarke never rose above the level of fourth-line forward in his previous stints but he's off to a great start in Manchester, with five goals and four assists in nine games.
Here, Saraceno attached a live camera to a helium balloon; as the balloon rose above the pavilion, the camera transmitted an ever-broadening view of Berlin-Mitte--and its growing number of luxury rooftops--to a monitor inside the exhibition space.
I was pleased to find that Gragnani rose above the mindset prevalent in the Latin Church, which uses the word "Catholic" to refer most often to "Latin Catholic.