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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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Milan Collin, deepeei's general manager and founder, gave more details about the project: "After talking with [representatives from] Anton/Bauer at IBC [2010], we knew the HyTron 140 would be the perfect fit for Going South. The battery is powerful and has an impressive lifespan."
In Debra Schultz's Going South this is what I got--and much more.
(1) The women featured in Going South: Jewish Women in the Civil Rights Movement and in Deep in Our Hearts: Nine White Women in the Freedom Movement tell more comprehensive stories that brilliantly illustrate the successful struggles of many inspired and well-meaning women in the movement.
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.
Everyone avoids being "in the red," an indication that things are going south. Wordsmiths trace the origin of this expression back to the medieval monks.
MDTEU advised that all heavy vehicles (trucks and trailers) coming from Bonifacio Drive going south on Roxas Blvd.
Line F includes 1,400 feet of storm drain starting from Hemlock Avenue east of Pigeon Pass Road, going south past SR-60 and Sunnymead Boulevard, to approximatel y 100 feet south of Sunnymead Boulevard.
She said she "toyed with the idea" because she "was approaching 40 and things were going south rapidly".
The 24-year-old from the Gateshead area, was following a bus on his Honda XLR, going south along Derwent Street, Chopwell, Gateshead, when the accident happened.
"It's driving over the brow of the A19 going south at Elwick, and seeing the majesty of Teesside right ahead of you," he said.
People say to me, 'You won't say that when you're 32 and everything starts going south.' 'Well, I had Mia when I was 25, so things have been going south for quite some time, and I'm fine with it
Milne said: "We will try to get into the SPL next season and I've no regrets about going south. It was good experience."