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Going South

Informal; the process of a stock or market declining in price gradually over time.

going south

Used to describe the direction of prices for a security or the general market during a period of declining prices.
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The HCX offers a 120W-hour battery capacity and a new motion-detection sensor that protects against capacity loss, which is another reason Collin chose to use it on the set of Going South.
Strangers to their families, friends, and others, the women going South geographically and deep into their hearts emotionally faced loneliness, rejection, and misperceptions.
Neither in Going South nor in an autobiographical essay of over thirty pages does Baker connect her Jewish upbringing or education with her decision to join the civil rights movement.
Witnesses said that minutes before the accident, a tricycle was traversing the highway from Dumaguete going south to Sibulan at a moderate speed ahead of Teves.
She said she "toyed with the idea" because she "was approaching 40 and things were going south rapidly".
He had thought he was going to Tannadice, now it looks as if he will be going south.
Before we thought it was going to move along the coast and then turn southeast, but now it seems just be going south over the ocean.
To date, we have available a Bay Area map which includes multiple city routes around San Francisco as well as short and long day trip excursions outside of the city going south to Santa Cruz and north to Jenner by the Sea.
However, the deputy did not see or hear the Corvette, going south on McBean Parkway, because the large van obscured his vision, Arnold said.
The van accelerated along Lancaster streets and got onto the Antelope Valley Freeway going south, deputies said.
The economy was going south, but suddenly they realized they were (heading into) a recession.