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Hi, Everyone!

The Dow Jones industrial average added 552 points, according to early tallies, after falling to within 81 points of its 5½ year low earlier in the session. Between the close and the low, the Dow's swing was 870 points; There was a 911-point difference between the day's high and the day's low.

http://edition.cnn.com/2008/BUSINESS/11/13/markets.thurs/index.html

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“Between the close and the low”, here what does “the close” mean?

“The low” should mean “the lowest point”, then “the close” means what?
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Yes, exactly. The Dow's average when the market closed.
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The 'close' is the close of trading for that day, I should think.

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