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  • adjective of stocks and shares having a price constrained to lie between certain upper and lower limits

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Examples

  • Analysts expect the market to remain rangebound in coming sessions.

    Indian Shares Higher for Second Day

  • The euro was rangebound against the U.S. dollar and Japanese yen as investors turned their attention to the European Central Bank rate-setting meeting later in the day.

    U.S. Data Drives Asia Rebound

  • Mr. Gupta expects the benchmark index to remain rangebound in the coming sessions with stock-specific activity depending on fiscal fourth-quarter earnings reported by companies.

    Infosys, Inflation Drag India Shares

  • In foreign-exchange markets, the euro was rangebound against the U.S. dollar as investors awaited developments in Europe following a report Friday that the International Monetary Fund could tap the European Central Bank for funds to finance bailouts for European governments threatened with insolvency.

    World-Wide Worry Drags Down Asia Markets

  • SINGAPORE—Asian share markets were mixed while currencies were rangebound Friday, as investors avoided large bets ahead of Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's closely watched speech at Jackson Hole, Wyoming, later in the day.

    Asian Shares, Currencies Tread Water

  • That forecast implies a roughly 7% decline in trading activity over March's levels, as Mr. Tomczyk said the market seems "a lot more rangebound" in recent weeks.

    TD Ameritrade Quarterly Profit Up 5.6%

  • SINGAPORE—Asian stock markets were mostly lower on Wednesday as continuing concerns over the debt crisis in Europe outweighed any boost to sentiment from improved consumer confidence data in the U.S., while the euro remained rangebound ahead of a key Italian bond auction.

    Asian Shares Mostly Lower

  • In foreign exchange markets the euro was rangebound against the U.S. dollar following a near 1.0% rise on Tuesday, as upward momentum stalled amid caution over the euro zone's sovereign debt problems.

    Asian Shares Mostly Higher

  • Instead, the precious metal is expected to stay rangebound between $1,350 and $1,430 an ounce.

    Gold Prices Shed Nearly 2%, Falling to Seven-Week Low

  • As activity dries up going into year end, investors are starting to watch the rangebound Treasurys market from the sidelines, waiting for more clarity about the U.S. and European economies next year.

    Treasurys Erase Losses With Euro-Zone Doubts

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