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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.
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decline

A decrease in the price of a security.
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We need to understand that freedom devoid of decency and moral values is worse than oppression, because it leads to the moral decline of a society.
"This shows moral decline of our political class," Khan said further.
distorted for their selfish purposes-their rationalizing did create the 45-year moral decline from 1972 to 2018: The past presidents did violate their mandates by stealing from the coffers.
A member of the far-right, anti-Islam party, Alternative for Germany (AfD), Arthur Wagner, who resigned from the party after converting to Islam, revealed on Wednesday that he made the choice in protest of gay marriage and what he views as the 'moral decline' of the Protestant church.
If this area is headed for moral decline. what choice have we?
As it turns out, Polish and Saudi Arabian citizens are much more worried about obesity than Americans, Russian and Hungarians are stressing over poverty and inequality, the Chinese are drastically more afraid of environmental threats and "moral decline" than the rest of the world and Germans and Israelis are feeling relatively good about their nations' unemployment situations.
ISLAMABAD -- Terming books as the best source of learning and knowledge, President Mamnoon Hussain on Friday said promotion of book-reading culture can reform the society suffering with the ills of extremist mindset and educational and moral decline.
Islamabad -- While lamenting the moral decline of society, Supreme Court judge Mushir Alam has stressed to promote the culture of moral principles.
He once talked about one factor that leads to the spiritual and moral decline of a priest.
Al-Hayat al-Jadida noted that one of the four schoolboys was detained for possessing a compass and slammed their detention as a 'moral decline'.
Student Christopher Cameron, from Billingham, said the group, including Abbi Coates from Redcar, Jenny Kilmart from Ingleby Barwick, Gabriel Ardron from Middlesbrough and Ashleigh Copeland from Darlington, were able to use their individual styles to depict moral decline in society.
The need for an answer to this question is especially urgent at a time when our world seems to be in moral decline.