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share pricenoun [C]

uk   us   (also stock price) FINANCE, STOCK MARKET
the ​price of a particular company's ​shares: The ​transaction won't ​happen if the ​shareprice on those four days ​shows an ​averagelower than 41 guilders or ​higher than 56 guilders.share price drops/falls/plunges (to sth) The ​low-costairline saw its ​sharepriceplunge 30% on January 28th.share price rises/shoots up/soars (to sth) The company's ​sharepricesoared to $47 in January, only to ​tumble to $29.a rise/fall/drop in share price The ​supermarketchain was ​forced to reveal details of the ​takeoverproposal after a ​sharprise in its ​shareprice.
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