Day's Low

In trading, the terms day’s low and daily low denote the lowest price at which a trade in a specific security or other asset was transacted over the course of a trading day.

The day’s low indicates the lowest offer at which a seller was willing to sell an asset on a given day.

In a broad sense of the term, the day’s low may indicate the lowest price paid for an asset on any exchange over a full trading day (the opening hours of all exchanges on which the asset is traded). In a narrower sense of the term, the day’s low may denote the lowest price paid for an asset on a specific exchange over the course of that exchange’s trading day.

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