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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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However, ``from a financial perspective, it's always a little better for student enrollment to be growing than declining.
Judging from the European SBR large volume contract list price, SR prices have been declining steadily since the second half of 1995.
With debt-service burdens holding at about 16 percent of income, or about 2 1/4 percentage points below the peak set at the end of the previous decade, and with loan rates declining substantially, households assumed new liabilities rapidly enough, on net, to push up the ratio of their total liabilities to disposable income to just under 90 percent in 1993.
The state's share of grants from California foundations is declining.
In recent years, despite declining occupancies for most hotels, ADR growth in excess of inflation allowed for double-digit growth in profits.
Both alcohol-related traffic deaths and injuries, and other crashes have been steadily declining, with 3,671 people dying in traffic crashes statewide in 1997 vs.
After declining in each of the previous four years, the U.
4% per year as declining markets exceed growth markets (Table 1).
Those declining in one area took training in that ability; subjects who declined in both areas or who remained stable were randomly assigned to a training program.
WASHINGTON -- Business leaders joined public officials today at a Capitol Hill rally to call national attention to the growing crisis of America's declining image abroad.
My sense of why the black teens' birth rate is declining the fastest is that they are the most likely to use long-lasting contraceptives like Norplant and DepoProvera, which are very reliable.
It is primarily the Class B activity that we see reflected in the declining vacancy rate trends this quarter.