Updated on March 14, 2023
In stock markets, Day low or Day’s low refers to the lowest price of a stock during the trading day. For traders or investors tracking stock prices on a daily basis, it is an important measure of stock price movements. A stock’s ‘price range’ is established by taking into account the day’s low versus the day’s high, which is the highest price point reached during the trading day. A stock ending near its day low is considered to be in a bearish price trend.