Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of high.

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Examples

  • Like physical gold, HUI is in a sideways consolidation pattern after a recent breakout to new short term highs.

  • Such a demand drop comes at a harsh time for Japanese car makers as a recent surge in the yen against the dollar to 15-year highs is cutting into their profits from overseas sales.

    Japan Auto Sales Down

  • As they depart, Ida's remnants have been approaching to pull cold air in to a region, dropping daytime highs from a low 70s, which have been approaching to go today, to a 50s by a latter half of a week.

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  • Traders may test record or long-term highs in a potentially volatile market that has seen record or long-term highs for AUD, CAD, SGD, KRW and MYR, with "smoothing" interventions spotted in Korea, Malaysia and Indonesia in recent days.

    FX Call 23:15 GMT Hourly News Briefing

  • SINGAPORE—The dollar continued to sell off sharply in Asia on Thursday, prompting central banks in South Korea and Malaysia to try to curb the surge in their currencies to long-term highs by intervening for the second day running.

    Asia Central Banks Intervene Again As Currencies Extend Rally

  • Solid sunshine dominates the daytime hours like yesterday (so no weather excuse not to vote!) with highs from the low-to-mid 50s.

    Forecast: More sweater weather

  • You're selectively taking short term highs and lows to argue against GW.

    Record Setting US Snowstorm as Seen From Space | Universe Today

  • Nevertheless, the dollar Monday did establish a series of near-term highs against many currencies, hitting its best intraday levels in just more than a week against the euro, the pound and the Swiss franc.

    Dollar Holds Gains in New Paradigm

  • Hinrich is shooting career-highs from the field (44.7 percent), 3-point range (40 percent) and free throw line (82.4 percent). ...

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  • But professional traders and everyday investors alike are struggling to determine whether those risks have been adequately priced into a stock market that remains well below its longer-term highs set last October.

    Nowhere to Hide for Equities

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