Daily price limits
are typically set to curb the effects of mob psychology, which often involve panicked buying and selling.
The price limits
per 1,000 m3 of traded gas (excluding value added tax) in Kazakhstan are as follows:
Shortly after, in October 2008, at the peak of the global financial crises, the daily price limit
was made symmetrical at 5 per cent at both the minimum and maximum thresholds.
The main explicit motivation for exchanges to impose a price limit
was to reduce volatility (Kim & Sweeney, 2002; Hsieh & Yang, 2009) and stabilize stock markets (Taiwan Stock Exchange, 2006).
If you don't like setting a price limit
, you can get your family to agree to limit the number of gifts each person buys.
Third is allowance for investors to engage in intraday trading, so as to hedge against higher investment risks associated with the increase of daily price limit
Rui, "A Note on Price Limit
Performance: The Case of Illiquid Stocks.
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The water giant has said that the previous price limit
was "unrealistically low and not sustainable.
It is found that price limit
rates of stocks on the ISE vary cross-sectionally according to stock price levels and that it is possible to control for other factors besides price limits
in examining effects of price limits
on stock price volatility.
For that reason, most have set a psychological price limit
for indoor mats between $5 and $10.
20 Kyodo The Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) said Monday it has set the upper price limit
for shares in Internet Research Institute Inc.
Although some building societies offer different packages with the scheme, most young buyers can buy a home within their price limit
, based on income, without having to find costly deposit amounts.
Furthermore, circuit breakers may amplify market volatility, for example, in the case of a price limit
that has a magnet or gravitational effect.
But the major grapes used to make red Bordeaux--Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot--also grow well in other countries, and many wines made from them offer excellent alternatives within our price limit