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Meaning of "year-high" - Business English Dictionary

year-high

noun [C]
 
 
STOCK MARKET
the highest level in a period of twelve months, used especially to talk about share prices: The Korea Composite Stock Index rose to a year-high of 986.84 on May 7. Suncor Inc. climbed to new year-highs on rumours that it could be the target of a takeover bid.
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