American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Occurring within a single day.
- adj. occurring during a single day.
“Short-term intraday traders are the winners right now," he said.”
“In international markets, Japan's Nikkei 225 Average closed down 0.1% and the German DAX 30 index was also down 0.1% in intraday trading.”
“The dollar sank to as low as 83.51 yen in intraday trading, its lowest level since Japanese authorities intervened in currency markets two weeks ago.”
“Stocks retraced most of their earlier declines, which saw the Dow down by nearly 150 points in intraday trading.”
“Stocks retraced most of their earlier declines, when the DJIA was down by nearly 150 points in intraday trading.”
“Despite the move up, however, NVDA remains only 13% above a near-term intraday low of $17.17 set on July 14, and still well below our current target price of $30, reflecting a hefty dose of investor skepticism this summer.”
“Consider that this longer-term intraday bounce is taking place within an overall downtrend on the daily chart, so despite Monday's rally the sentiment is still quite bearish.”
“The rally in the USD/CHF pushed the short-term intraday time frames into an uptrend to start the week.”
“Platinum's short-term intraday chart shows signs of a market cycle transition.”
“Zooming in to this price action on the longer-term intraday time frame of the 240-minute chart, we see that prices have transitioned from the downtrend into a more sideways market cycle.”
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