Weak market

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Weak market

A market with few buyers and many sellers and a declining trend in prices.

Weak Market

A market for one or more securities in which there are few buyers and many sellers. A weak market comes about due to declining prices, and it is sometimes associated with high trading volume. See also: Bear market, Panic sell.
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Cook in an interview with Reuters said that Apple is "seeing some macroeconomic weakness in some of the emerging markets." He later told investors on a conference call that weak markets included Brazil, India, Russia and Turkey.
Moody's report, entitled "EMEA Electric & Gas Utilities: Weak Markets,
"In weak markets we continue to invest in building the future with special focus on expanding our geographical coverage and rolling out our new global freight management system" said CEO Rolf Habben-Jansen.
The firm, which is battling weak markets in France, Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Norway, said housing markets deteriorated "sharply" in the six months to January.
Technical Fabrics saw continued weak markets in North America and an adverse impact of about [pounds sterling]3 million resulted from temporary disruption to sales and operating costs during the planned closure of a plant at Konigswinter, Germany and the transfer of the business to a new line in Berlin.
According to Citigroup, Inc, weak markets and declining deals could put increasing pressure on Macquarie Group.
The bank had earlier warned of a 25 per cent drop in first-half earnings because of weak markets. The bank began job cuts on Monday, which have extended to Tuesday.
Summary: LONDON, Jul 15, SPA -- British oil and gas company Fairfield Energy has shelved plans for a $500 million stock market listing, the company said on Thursday, after weak markets spooked potential investors, according to Reuters.
The weak markets have led to the higher pension expenses.
It reported weak markets in CD, DVD and seasonal confectionery, but said the performance in toys and clothing was comparatively strong.
It turns out that strong markets, such as those in the United States, may be as dehumanizing and spiritually detrimental as the weak markets of the former Soviet Union.
CHEMICALS and paint group ICI yesterday reported a good start to 2005, but warned of weak markets and further price rises.