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52 week low
A stock’s 52-week low is the lowest price a stock has traded in the previous year. This price is used by traders and investors to help them understand the stock’s current value as well as how markets and price trends work.

52 week high
The 52-week high of a stock is the highest price at which it has traded in the previous year. This price is used by traders and investors to help them understand the current value of the stock as well as how markets and price trends work.

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Glossary W

W Wholesale Debt Market The Wholesale Debt Market segment trades fixed income securities and is a market where institutional investors such as banks, financial institutions, mutual funds, insurers, primary dealers,
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Glossary V

V Value investing Warren Buffett’s famous quote about value investing is “Price is what you pay, Value is what you get.” When a big investor shares their market thoughts, everyone’s
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Glossary U

U Underwriters Underwriters are a member of financial organizations which do everything from evaluating your business health to assessing your financial status, and risks in return for a fee. Each
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Glossary T

T Thematic funds Thematic funds are well-diversified funds that invest in companies among sectors that fall under a provided theme. They put at least 80% of their money into stocks
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Glossary S

S Square off Squaring off is a trading style used by investors/traders in which a trader buys or sells a specific quantity of an asset and then reverses the transaction
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Glossary R

R Right issue One of the most common ways for Indian companies to raise funds is through a rights issue. Using this mode, the company makes an offer to existing
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Glossary Q

Q Quick ratio The acid-test ratio, also known as the liquidity ratio, indicates how well a company can meet its short-term commitments. An acid test indicates how quickly a company can
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Glossary P

P Power of attorney POA is authority granted to an agent by the principal to make decisions on his or her behalf. The agent may be given limited or absolute
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Glossary O

O Offer document In the case of a public issue or offer for sale, the offer document is the Prospectus, and in the case of a rights issue, it is
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Glossary N

N Non dilutive shares It is a type of business financing in which the company does not lose any equity, meaning they get money for their business without giving up any ownership in
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