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Last Price: Price of last contract concluded.
Last Volume: quantity traded in last contract concluded.
Chng% : Percentage change calculated as the difference between the Last Price and the previous day's Reference Price.
Absolute Variation: Change calculated as the difference between the Last Price and the previous day's Reference PriceTime: Time when last contract was concluded.
Opening Price: Security's opening-auction Price.
FTSE/MIB Opening value: Value of the Index calculated on the prices of the first  trade concluded  by the constituents 
Reference Close: Price used to determine the percentage change; it is equal to the weighted average of the last 10% of quantities traded.
Official Price (V.W.A.P.): the average Price, weighted to account for the relative quantities, of all contracts concluded during the course of the day.
Closing Price: Price at which contracts are concluded during the closing auction.
Control Price: in the opening auction it corresponds to the previous day's reference Price, during continuous trading it is the opening Price, at the end of the session it corresponds to the reference for the day in question.
Day Low/High: Minimum and maximum Price recorded by the security during the trading day.
Year Low/High: Minimum and maximum Price recorded by the security since the first trading day of the year.
Accum. Volume: Overall quantity of securities traded during the day
Turnover: Security's overall turnover, computed as the product of the Prices and relative quantities.
No. of Trades: Number of contracts concluded during the stock exchange day
Market Status: The market phase including the security during the course of the day .
Trend indicator: Indicator that records the trend between the last and last-but-one Price of the day (rising, falling and static).
Market Capitalisation: the value of a listed company obtained by multiplying the number of its shares by their official price.
Share Capital: the number of a company's listed shares multiplied by their nominal value.

Last update:  October 7 2014 - 17:53

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