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Decline

A situation in which a stock or other security that has dropped in price over a given period. For example, if a stock opens at $5 and closes at $4.45, it is said to have declined for that trading day.

decline

A decrease in the price of a security.
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Republicans, on the other hand, put moral decline at the top of their list (11 percent), a sentiment shared by 5 percent of independent voters and 2 percent of Democrats.
Conservatives no longer speak in such overwrought tones, but that doesn't mean their worries about America's moral decline have vanished.
According to the report, the faintest whiff of interfering with the natural state of the ball tens to bring out calls of outrage about the game's moral decline, adding that cricket was always a batsman's game.
We are experiencing a stage of moral decline and a plot to destroy Egypt's soft power.
Throughout his papacy, he strove to promote fundamental Christian values in the face of what he saw as moral decline.
Just a sad indictment of today's youth and the moral decline of society.
ROME, May 29 (KUNA) -- Italian prime minister Mario Monti called Tuesday for considering the suspension of Italian football competitions for up to three years to heal from corruption and moral decline resulted from repeated match-fixing scandals, triggering anger among clubs' owners.
From the misinformed mythologizing of Republican hero Ronald Reagan to the siphoning of public funds by Dick Cheney's war machine, Maddow sets out every heartbreaking step on America's road to perdition, its moral decline from a nation of peace and an embodiment of democracy to a bankrupt republic that does not know who it is unless it's at war with the bad guys; and while we've seen them come and go over the years, from the Soviets to Osama bin Laden, Maddow underscores the idea that the worst terror is often home-grown in a climate of self-prescribed vigilance.
Topics include: religious basis of solidarity, solidarity and cosmopolitanism, moral decline in post-Soviet Ukraine, the tension between liberalism and solidaristic values, and solidarity considered in an evolutionary context.
The Bible clearly shows that social corruption stems from a moral decline, which stems from a spiritual decline.
FORMER Prime Minister Tony Blair has rubbished claims by David Cameron that Britain is in moral decline, accusing the Government of "a muddle-headed analysis" of the summer riots.
Britain, as a whole, is not in the grip of some general moral decline ," he wrote in the Observer newspaper.