break above sth

UK US break above/below sth
Phrasal Verb with break({{}}/breɪk/ verb [T] (broke, broken)
to produce levels or figures that are slightly higher or lower than something: »

The soybean market failed to break above its seasonal high of $6.61.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • a break above sth — a break above/below sth ► an occasion when levels or figures become slightly higher or lower than the level stated: »Gold prices rallied again, a move which traders said could foreshadow another break above $400 an ounce. Main Entry: ↑break …   Financial and business terms

  • break below sth — UK US break above/below sth Phrasal Verb with break({{}}/breɪk/ verb [T] (broke, broken) ► to produce levels or figures that are slightly higher or lower than something: »The soybean market failed to break above its seasonal high of $6.61 …   Financial and business terms

  • break above/below sth — UK US break above/below sth Phrasal Verb with break({{}}/breɪk/ verb [T] (broke, broken) ► to produce levels or figures that are slightly higher or lower than something: »The soybean market failed to break above its seasonal high of $6.61 …   Financial and business terms

  • a break above/below sth — ► an occasion when levels or figures become slightly higher or lower than the level stated: »Gold prices rallied again, a move which traders said could foreshadow another break above $400 an ounce. Main Entry: ↑break …   Financial and business terms

  • a break below sth — a break above/below sth ► an occasion when levels or figures become slightly higher or lower than the level stated: »Gold prices rallied again, a move which traders said could foreshadow another break above $400 an ounce. Main Entry: ↑break …   Financial and business terms

  • Break — A rapid and sharp price decline. The New York Times Financial Glossary * * * ▪ I. break break 1 [breɪk] verb broke PASTTENSE [brəʊk ǁ broʊk] broken PASTPART [ˈbrəʊkən ǁ …   Financial and business terms

  • break — A sudden price move; prices may break up or down. The CENTER ONLINE Futures Glossary A rapid and sharp price decline. Related: crash. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * ▪ I. break break 1 [breɪk] verb broke PASTTENSE [brəʊk ǁ broʊk] …   Financial and business terms

  • make — make1 W1S1 [meık] v past tense and past participle made [meıd] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(produce)¦ 2¦(do)¦ 3¦(cook)¦ 4¦(cause)¦ 5¦(force)¦ 6¦(mark/hole etc)¦ 7 make it 8 make the meeting/the party/Tuesday etc 9¦(achieve something)¦ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • value — The importance placed on something by an individual. Value is subjective and may change according to the circumstances. Something that may be valued highly at one time may be valued less at another time. The CENTER ONLINE Futures Glossary * * * ▪ …   Financial and business terms

  • come — 1 /kVm/ verb past tense came past participle come MOVE 1 (I) a word meaning to move towards someone, or to visit or arrive at a place, used when the person speaking or the person listening is in that place: Come a little closer. | Sarah s coming… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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