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Synonyms for opening

Synonyms for opening

an open space allowing passage

a favorable or advantageous combination of circumstances

Synonyms for opening

a ceremony accompanying the start of some enterprise

becoming open or being made open

the first performance (as of a theatrical production)

the act of opening something

opportunity especially for employment or promotion

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the initial part of the introduction

a possible alternative

an entrance equipped with a hatch

a recognized sequence of moves at the beginning of a game of chess

first or beginning


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Section II measures the overall amount of errors in opening prices. Section III tests the correlation between reaction speed and error in prices.
To address this issue, I use NASDAQ market opening prices from September 1997 to January 2001.
This low valuation was undoubtedly a major reason for the high opening prices of the October IPOs.
Each year, opening prices are generally weak during this period because of the large number of IPOs.
Opening prices currently range from $395,000 to $570,000.
Opening prices are often much higher than offering prices in May because of the small number of issues.
Opening prices start at $570,000 (estimated) and go up to $2 million (estimated).
The company added in its weekly report issued on Sunday that the corrections contributed to the fall of the ounce of gold from the level of USD 1250 to 1225, the lowest level since last March and USD 37 more than the opening price. Gold was also affected by the recovery in the global stock markets, especially for high-yielding stocks and bonds, as well as the possibility of raising US interest rates in June, making investors reluctant to seek a safe haven.