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Synonyms for limit

Synonyms for limit

a demarcation point or boundary beyond which something does not extend or occur

either of the two points at the ends of a spectrum or range


the boundary surrounding a certain area

the greatest amount or number allowed

the ultimate point to which an action, thought, discussion, or policy is carried

to place a limit on

Synonyms for limit

final or latest limiting point

as far as something can go

the mathematical value toward which a function goes as the independent variable approaches infinity

the greatest amount of something that is possible or allowed

decide upon or fix definitely

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From February 1997 till December 2002 the EGX had a tight symmetric 5 percent price limit on all firms in the stock market, which is as tight as any limit imposed anywhere at that period.
Since the rates of price limit vary according to price levels as seen in Table 1, the price limit system of the JSE provides a rare opportunity for examining the relationship between price limits and stock price volatility.
The price limits set by the Secretaries of State in 1989 envisaged an increase in the average annual household bill of [pounds]43 in today's prices.
Moser (1990) identifies three types of circuit breakers, one of which he names price limit circuit breakers.
After significant discussion with customers, representative trade groups and the CFTC, we believe increasing daily price limits will result in less-frequent limit moves and will help ensure that our markets provide the most effective means for price discovery and risk management markets.
First, related to price limit literature (3), Tooma (2006) shows that circuit breaker mechanisms like price limits attract (4) stock prices toward the bounded limits because traders advance their trades in anticipation of failing to execute when limits are hit.
Two other water companies have also been given permission to increase their price limits - South West Water and Bournemouth and West Hampshire.
Traders willing to trade may be unable to do so because the true price lies outside the price limit in effect on that day.
These changes supercede the recent changes to the daily price limits for CBOT Wheat contracts and cap the maximum daily price limit, after two expansions, at $1.
Borrowers who meet CalHFA limits on income may be eligible for the below-market rate loans as long as the home they are purchasing falls at or under the sales price limit for the county.
Harmonized Price Limit Expansions, Contractions Introduced
For example, in Los Angeles County the purchase price limit is now $549,601 for a new house and $671,735 for one in a targeted census tract, 22 percent higher than the year-ago level.
said it has boosted the sales price limit an average of 20 percent over the past year on homes that can be financed through a below-market-rate loan program.
In the five years from 2000 to 2004, the daily range of the natural gas futures market exceeded 50 cents 40 times and 75 cents 20 times and never hit the price limit, Chapman said.
The price limit increases are necessary to align the company's Wheat contract price limits with those of the Minneapolis Grain Exchange and Kansas City Board of Trade.