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Overnight Low

The lowest price that has occurred for the instrument since it commenced trading for the current day up until it's associated cash market begins trading.

Eg for the ES futures contract the Overnight Low would be the lowest price occurring between 6pm USA ET the previous day up until 9.30am on the current day (when the USA cash market stock exchanges open).

Also abbreviated as ONLO or ONL.

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