Weak market

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Weak market

A market with few buyers and many sellers and a declining trend in prices.

Weak Market

A market for one or more securities in which there are few buyers and many sellers. A weak market comes about due to declining prices, and it is sometimes associated with high trading volume. See also: Bear market, Panic sell.
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It reported weak markets in CD, DVD and seasonal confectionery, but said the performance in toys and clothing was comparatively strong.
Volumes and pricing were up from "generally depressed" levels as the industry slowly escaped weak markets that began in 2001.
Those weak stars added up to relatively weak markets.
The resin-price rollercoaster is currently on the down-slope, but processors beset by weak markets are not enjoying the ride.
Weak markets for newsprint and pulp were blamed for a $7.
Even in weak markets the users get a fresh list of stocks to watch each day in just one click," McKinley said.
Lieser, an economist and associate director of UCLA's Anderson School, notes that price recovery is sustainable, although there are still weak markets like those in Antelope Valley.
Challenges remain in a number of other businesses such as the mechanical unit of the Fire & Security segment due to weak markets, pricing pressure, and operating challenges.
This research analyzes the current funding scenario in terms of the public markets, venture capital, and other forms of funding apart from assessing the market potential with a compelling SWOT analysis and providing financial strategies for securing funding both in the strong and weak markets.
The Negative Rating Outlook considers the impact the weak markets are having on HON's financial performance.
Earlier that Fall, Icelandair had implemented a strategic plan designed to tackle the problems faced in international aviation operations due to weak markets and the unfavorable development of various peripheral operational factors.
Continued weak markets and geopolitical uncertainty are making recovery in its business difficult to predict.