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'A stock x went up today': during theday is it likely that the price at 9am < price 4pm?

hmmm....you have been asking a lot of TA questions....now you are reverting to guessing at an entry price.TA can suggest an entry price...it may not squeeze every penny but if you picked the proper stock.......
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Why people pay 5 x the price for a new manufactured ink cartridge when can get refilled ones for 1/5 price?

Because the remanufactured ones quite often don't work as well, don't last as long, and can ruin your machine.I've used both. I prefer the legitimate ones.EDIT: And just this afternoon, a few minutes after I...
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If a product has a "special price" printed on it, can the shop sell it at normal price?

The shopkeeper does not have to sell you anything. The contract is formed at the checkout so, if you don't agree a price, you don't buy. What you describe is not a contract issue but a consumer law issue. ...
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The price of oil has just dipped below $100 a barrell today in London. So why has the forecourt price not fell?

I agree, strangely enough just asked the same question at the same time. Oil was $120 per barrel and fuel was 100p per litre. Now Oil is $100 per barrel and fuel is 120p per litre. We are being exploited.Exp...
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What is the reason for displaying share price v time data on a logarithmic price scale?

Basically, it's because it's the *ratio* of share prices at different times that's important. After all, buying 200 shares of XYZ at 10, and selling it at 20, is no different from buying 100 shares at 20 and...
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What is the difference between part exchange price and trade price in terms of used car valuations?

Simple fact is that these online guides are just that, a GUIDE. Prices always vary regionally, by the day, depending on the exact spec and mileage of the car, and the condition. End of the day the price you'...
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I am setting up a small trading company. Can I put a higher price label over a book's printed price?

most prices already printed on products or labels are whats called recommended retail price ie what they would expect it to sell for.its up to you what you charge for it. especially if things are rare.would...
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Toyota are great cars,super quality & reliabilty but new price is almost twice the price as sold in USA..WHY?

Why is "Close Price" higher than 'Last Trade Price'?

The closing price is the last price for a tradable instrument at the time the market closes. For SETS, the closing trade price is the uncrossing trade price at which orders execute during an auction, or a Vo...
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Why the cost price of tyres is more than the selling price?

they like every business have to make a profit if they sold them at the price they bought them for they would soon go out of business
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