Ви перебуваєте в режимі підказок Вимкнути
Глосарій

Close price

Closing price is the price at which the last trade with a security was made at the end of the trading day. This price is used to determine the daily performance of the security and calculate various financial metrics such as daily yield and volume. The closing price is considered a more stable and reliable indicator of the value of a security than the last price, as it reflects the collective sentiment of the market over the course of the trading day.

The main difference between the last price and the closing price is the time frame they represent. The last quote is the most recent price of the security, while the closing price is the final price of the security at the end of a particular trading day and is usually calculated as the weighted average price over a period of time (e.g. 30 minutes before the end of the trading day). Both prices have their application and are important for traders and investors as they provide valuable information about the performance and value of securities in financial markets.

Examples of securities with prices:
1) Volkswagen, 3.5% perp., EUR, USD;
2) Banco Bilbao (BBVA), 6% perp., EUR.
Терміни з цієї ж категорії
Терміни з цієї ж категорії

вивчити найповнішу базу даних

800 000

облігацій у всьому світі

Більше 400

джерела цін

80 000

акцій

9 000

ETF

відстежуйте свій портфель найефективнішим способом

  • скринінг облігацій
  • Watchlist
  • Excel ADD-IN
Необхідно зареєструватися для отримання доступу.