Downswing


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Downswing

(1) A downward turn in a security's price after a period of flat or rising prices (market top). (2) The period during which a security's price trends downwards.
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The downswing should start with a little lead (left) hip bump in the direction of the second baseman.
Carnell: Korea's export sector is heavily reliant on electronics and handsets, and this could be facing a cyclical downswing. This could also be wrapped up in rising inventory levels, and a classic inventory-led cyclical downswing in industry is looking possible, if not probable, which will require some offsetting fiscal stimulus.
"Against the background of an ongoing unprecedented downswing in the market for power generation equipment, the power and gas division (PG) is planning temporary shutdowns," the firm said in a statement.
The report of the attacks came as Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni was in India on a two-day visit, and held talks with his counterpart, Narendra Modi, on boosting ties that have seen a marked downswing over recent years.
Kandy [Sri Lanka], Aug 22 ( ANI ): India's bowling coach Bharat Arun on Tuesday quashed suggestions that off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin's one-day career is on the downswing, saying the latter remains a vital cog in the national squad.
Any downswing in the global shipping environment will cause a hike in living costs.
One of the goals set was to get his driver swing more on the inside on the downswing, and work on improving his lowerleg action.
"I wasn't holding my right elbow properly at the top of my swing, wasn't getting my right knee out of the way on the downswing...
The chemical industry also suffered a downswing this month after clearly benefiting from the low oil price in January.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 12, 2016-Bankrate finds mortgage rates start 2016 on the downswing
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-January 12, 2016-Bankrate finds mortgage rates start 2016 on the downswing
The banking company said, 'A downswing in economic growth seven or eight years ago rightly saw business surveys as identifying business conditions as well below average.