going south

(redirected from go south)
Also found in: Idioms.

Going South

Informal; the process of a stock or market declining in price gradually over time.

going south

Used to describe the direction of prices for a security or the general market during a period of declining prices.
References in classic literature ?
It seems to me that we ought to take cabs when we go south or east.
There is, moreover, a written paper of the hours of the trains that go south.
I always go South for the spring vacation, traveling by sea to Old Point Comfort, and rusticating in some quiet spot near by.
It's an interesting way to do a travel programme, just don't ask to go south of the river.
The overpass will enable westbound motorists on CR 101 to cross Texas 288 and go south on the highway.
Defence Analysis said deals for Navy destroyers and aircraft carriers could go south of the Border.
Evan, who has a reputation for being a brain, is enlisted to set things up, and he takes the blame when matters go south.
This is my last season at Ibrox and although I want to stay if I'm not going to play I'd prefer to go south.
Expecting movement at the borders in the spring of 2005, Cornell and Darby had set up some shipments to go south.
Three different worlds, three heroes who all have dreams to go south and a magical artifact is the deciding factor on the success or failure of the missions that demonstrates that these worlds are definitely linked.
He's a 130-horse in the north, but I know that if we go south and take on one of Martin Pipe's 130-rated horses, he won't see which way it goes
The British Pregnancy Advisory Service said hundreds of Scots were being denied terminations after 12 weeks, forcing them to go south for treatment.