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Reaction

A decline in prices following an advance. Opposite of rally.

Reaction

A decrease in price following an increase in price. A reaction connotes a slow decline; it is the opposite of a recovery.

reaction

A decline in security prices following a period of rising security prices.
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React tries to reduce the gap between the Egyptian education system and the needs of the modern-day sophisticated labour market.
ReACT sales director Fred Chamberlain (left) and Business Link adviser Gary Mather.
power industry engineering studies show that the ReACT technology has the potential to reduce emissions from the combustion of low- to medium-sulfur coals at lower costs than competing technologies.
Detectable antibodies, which react with the body's own molecules, or foreign molecules without known immunization, are termed natural antibodies (Coutinho et al.
Quantitatively speaking, one molecule of water can react with two molecules of isocyanate.
When we react, the first action is to wall off the problem, to categorize it.
And so I react to this book precisely as it would have us react to a sales pitch.
I try to deal out who I am to people rather than react to them.
Immune cells react to fragments of protein molecules, and myelin contains more than one protein.
REACT was set up by Glasgow City Council's chief executive's department, Glasgow Development Agency and the Govan Initiative in consultation with both companies.
The brunt of it falls on unpopular groups like prisoners, so people don't react.
According to Gimbarski, the new stabilizers' hydrazide group will react with maleated PE and PP, styrene maleic anhydride (SMA) and other anhydride-functional copolymers, some nylons, and epoxy resins.