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Correction

Reverse movement, usually downward, in the price of an individual stock, bond, commodity, or index. If prices have been rising on the market as a whole, and then fall dramatically, this is known as a correction within an upward trend. Antithesis of a technical rally. See: Dip, break.

Market Correction

A drop in the price of a security when that security has been overbought and therefore overpriced. Market corrections are usually short-term and are necessary for the stability of the security.

correction

A sharp, relatively short price decline that temporarily interrupts a persistent upward trend in the market or in the price of a stock.

Correction.

A correction is a drop -- usually a sudden and substantial one of 10% or more -- in the price of an individual stock, bond, commodity, index, or the market as a whole.

Market analysts anticipate market corrections when security prices are high in relation to company earnings and other indicators of economic health.

When a market correction is greater than 10% and the prices do not begin to recover relatively promptly, some analysts point to the correction as the beginning of a bear market.

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* Arkansas: The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette credited "Alert Reader" for pointing out errors leading to two of its 29 August corrections. Those were the only two all online readers could see; the other 27--listed under a "Getting It Straight" headline--could be viewed only by paid subscribers to the online site.
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While the consequences of her feedback choices support past research that recasting results in less self correction by students than explicit forms of correction (Lyster and Ranta, 1997), this is true for salient recasts in FMF and MF forum, somewhat true for direct repetition and yes-recasts and likely untrue for interrogative recasts in FMF SCMC.
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Readers have started sending in corrections from small local newspapers, and some copy editors even send in corrections -- but usually not their own.
But the second correction violated a Times policy that "corrections will not assign blame." This violation prompted a memo from Jamie Gold, the paper's readers' representative, reminding the staff of the policy.
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Should the facility inactivate the old assessment sent already and do a "Significant Correction Assessment"?