Day's Low

The Day’s Low Price is the lowest price at which the security has traded during the current trading day.

Stockopedia explains Low

Traders often compare the low versus the high for the day as the ‘range’. A wide range can signal disagreement between bullish and bearish traders. If the Close price ends nearer the low than the high it is often seen as a more bearish signal.

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Variants of Low

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