American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The middle of the day; noon.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. noon; twelve o'clock during the day
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. the middle of the day
- From Middle English midday, from Old English middæġ ("mid-day, noon"), equivalent to mid- + day. Cognate with Scots midday ("midday"), West Frisian middei ("midday, noon, afternoon"), Dutch middag ("midday, noon, afternoon"), German Mittag ("noon, midday"), Danish middag ("midday, noon, afternoon"), Swedish middag ("midday, noon, afternoon"). (Wiktionary)
“The Dow Jones industrial average fell about 20 points in midday trading.”
“The Dow rose fell 19.19, or 0.2 percent, to 11,094.61 in midday trading.”
“The stock, down 12% Friday to $11.07 in midday trading after third-quarter results missed analyst expectations, trades at less than half its book value.”
“The Dow Jones Industrial Average added 25 points, or 0.3%, to 10972 in midday trading, while the Standard & Poor's 500-stock index advanced less than one point to 1162 and the Nasdaq Composite lost 9 points to 2391.”
“Ambac shares were up 30% at 76 cents in midday trade on the New York Stock Exchange.”
“Robbins & Myers 'shares dropped 3.86% in midday trading to $25.65 as the company's results topped expectations.”
“Sally shares recently were down 2% at $11.12 in midday New York Stock Exchange composite trading.”
“GE shares fell 16 cents to $16.14 in midday trading Monday.”
“The Australian dollar, seen as the closest proxy for China's economy, fell 1.8% against the greenback in midday trading.”
“The euro was at 7.4582 kroner in midday trading Wednesday.”
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