major turn

Major Turn

A change in a security's medium or long term prospects. A major turn may occur when a bull market is about to become a bear market or vice versa.

major turn

A significant change in an intermediate- or long-term trend. For example, an analyst may look for a major turn in stock prices following an extended bull market.
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A new poll has revealed that grammatical errors are a major turn off for many people.
TRAINER John Sargent's fortunes took a major turn for the better yesterday at Trentham when Young Centaur demolished his rivals in this two-miler, writes Andrew O'Toole.
TORY leader David Cameron faced fresh humiliation yesterday when Sir John Major turn down his proposal to be their London mayoral candidate.
If there will be any major turn, it will come next year.
Unity's subsidiaries and joint venture operations showed a major turn around with some making a profit for the first time.
E[acute accent]Negotiation for a major turn key drilling contract continues.
Olympic leaders said the expulsions marked a major turn in restoring the agency's credibility and the luster of the five rings.
Limerick Corporation senior planner Dick Tobin said: "The regeneration of the city centre is a major turn around for Limerick.
Determined to stay in the Arctic a full year, through a long period without daylight, Simon saw his adventure take a major turn.
And in a move that could signal a major turn toward upscale moviegoing, General Cinemas opened Premium Cinema four months ago in a Chicago suburb.
Technip has an outstanding track record in performing major turn key projects in Qatar, including two successfully completed ethylene plants.
His career took an incidental but major turn after snapping photos in the tuna nets.