Fall out of bed


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Fall out of bed

A sudden drop in a stock's price resulting from failed or poor business deals gone bad or falling through.

Fall Out of Bed

Describing a situation in which a stock drops significantly in price, especially after a rumored or proposed merger, acquisition, or other major deal does not occur.
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Paramedics in Pembrokeshire are regularly asked to aid residents of council-owned sheltered accommodation who fall out of bed or a chair, according to a health watchdog.