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pre-closeadjective [before noun]

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STOCK MARKET used to describe something that ​happens before the end of a day of ​trade on a ​stockmarket: The bank's ​shareslost 37p after it ​issued a pre-close ​statement with some ​badnews on its latest ​profits.
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