low

low
/ləυ/ adjective
not high or not much
Our a
Low overhead costs keep the unit cost low.
We try to keep our wages bill low.
The company offered him a mortgage at a low rate of interest.
The pound is at a very low rate of exchange against the dollar.
the tender will go to the lowest bidder the contract will be awarded to the person who offers the best terms
noun
a point where prices or sales are very small
Sales have reached a new low.
highs and lows on the Stock Exchange a list of shares which have reached a new high or low price in the previous day’s trading
shares have hit an all-time low shares have reached their lowest price ever
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‘…after opening at 79.1 the index touched a peak of 79.2 and then drifted to a low of 78.8’ [Financial Times]
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‘…the pound which had been as low as $1.02 earlier this year, rose to $1.30’ [Fortune]

Dictionary of banking and finance. 2015.

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