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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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An international initiative to apply the principles of the Paris Climate Accord to national and global sustainability is critical to avoid the worst consequences of unhinged growth and social decline.
The participants at the conference discussed the topics of cyber-terrorism in the context of the conflict of legislations, cultural and social decline, the arrangement between human rights principles and the efforts to combat cyber-terrorism.
ECONOMIC OR SOCIAL DECLINE Case and Deaton discuss several measures of social and economic change, suggesting that they highlight despair.
After playing in several bands in the local Seattle area including Chemical Imbalance, Social Decline, Blue Clouded Gray, and The Mudbanks, Kingsley decided to embark on a solo career.
Many coastal communities in the UK have suffered from years of relative economic and social decline, leaving people disenchanted, and fuelling alienation, social despair and political dislocation.
It is perhaps a metaphor for a country in terminal social decline where the vulnerable are fed to unscrupulous wealth funds who have not the slightest inkling of concern for their welfare.
Are these extremely cautious people and organisations going to clamour to invest in a shaky maverick state with a record of longterm industrial, educational and social decline? Your correspondents would say yes of course they will, they'll be queuing up to invest in nail bars in Jarrow and tea shops in Ashington.
Are these extremely cautious people and organisations, who focus on risk avoidance, going to clamour to invest in a shaky maverick state with a record of long-term industrial, educational and social decline? Your correspondents would say yes, of course they will, they'll be queuing up to invest in nail bars in Jarrow and tea shops in Ashington.
Port Sunlight - tomorrow, 11am-4pm, free News THEATRE We are The Multitude This drama/comedy about politics, isolation, social decline - and irritating colleagues - comes to the Lantern Theatre in Blundell Street as part of the Shiny New Festival which runs until Sunday.
The Irish, while remaining in the area, had experienced social decline. In Cavan by contrast the Irish landholding profile was much higher: native Irish and Old English were granted about 37 per cent at the plantation, whereas the corresponding figure in Armagh was 25 per cent.
Among 169 patients in the NAPLS 2 cohort who have completed 2 years of follow-up, those who had a social decline of 2 or more points on the GAF scale were significantly more likely to convert to psychosis than were patients with a decline of less than 2 (P = .001) (Schizophr.
Muslims around the world are suffering from intellectual, educational, economic and social decline and the main reason behind, is diversion from the Islamic principles.