Day's High

In trading, the terms day’s high and daily high denote the highest price at which a security or other asset is traded over the course of a trading day.

The day’s high indicates the highest bid which a buyer was willing to pay for an asset on a given day.

A day’s high may indicate the highest price at which an asset was traded on a specific exchange within that exchange’s trading day. In a broader sense of the term, it may indicate the highest price at which that asset was traded on any exchange within a full trading day (including the Asian session, European session and American session).

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