closing price


: the price of a stock or bond at the end of a day
the previous day's closing price

Examples of closing price in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Hypothetically, if the stock were to split at Monday's closing price, it would be valued at a little over $67 per share. James Powel, USA TODAY, 19 June 2024 Tan would receive portions of the stock awards if the stock hit $825 and $950 and the the full award if the average closing price is at or above $1,125 for 20 consecutive days between October 2025 and October 2027. Sasha Rogelberg, Fortune, 3 June 2024 The firm’s offer of $19.68 per share amounts to an 83% premium versus Calliditas’ closing price on a Swedish exchange Monday. Andrew Joseph, STAT, 28 May 2024 At Monday’s closing price of $48.38/share, TMTG has a market capitalization of about $6.6 billion. Todd Spangler, Variety, 20 May 2024 Thursday's closing price was 70.8% below the stock's 52-week high of $4.73 established on July 31, 2023. Glenn Peoples, Billboard, 3 Sep. 2019 Endeavor stockholders would get $27.50 per share in cash, a 55% premium over the closing price of $17.72 before Endeavor announced its plan last year to consider strategic alternatives. Wendy Lee, Los Angeles Times, 2 Apr. 2024 Even though Trump Media is losing money and generating scant revenue, Wall Street has valued the company by as much as $11 billion based on the stock’s closing price Friday, according to Renaissance Capital. Matt Egan, CNN, 1 Apr. 2024 That’s a stunning 97% premium from the company’s closing price of $10.64 on Monday. Bruce Gil, Quartz, 19 Mar. 2024

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“Closing price.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 19 Jul. 2024.

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