Trigger zone financial definition of trigger zone
trigger point (redirected from trigger zone)
Also found in: Dictionary
An event that causes another event. For example, an exchange
may stop trade on a stock
if its price
drops by 10% in a single trading session
. In that case, the trigger point is the 10% drop.
The event or condition that initiates a predetermined action. For example, the New York Stock Exchange halts trading in stocks when the Dow Jones Industrial Average declines by a specified number of points (the trigger point) in a trading session.
References in periodicals archive
Seventy patients presenting with complaint of neu- ralgia like pain with intra-oral trigger zone
previous history of tooth extraction or other surgical procedure in the jaws and radiographic evidence of jaw bone cav- itation were included in the study irrespective of age and gender and surgical debridement was performed to confirm the diagnosis of NICO.
After lateral medullary infarct CLH is a rare but important association which suggests a possible trigger zone
in lateral medulla.
When a finger enters the trigger zone
, the sensor sends an actuation signal to the device involved.