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Rally (recovery)

An upward movement of prices. Opposite of reaction.

Rally

A rapid increase in stock prices. A rally occurs when investors begin buying one or more stocks in large amounts, which represents an increase in demand and therefore raises the price. A rally may happen following a prolonged decrease in price, indicating that a security has been oversold and the rally is likely to be sustained. Alternately, it may be a bear market rally, which is a brief respite between two downturns.

rally

A fairly sharp, short-term general rise in security prices after a period of little movement or of declining prices.

Rally.

A rally is a significant short-term recovery in the price of a stock or commodity, or of a market in general, after a period of decline or sluggishness.

Stocks that make a particularly strong recovery in a particular sector or in the market as a whole are often said to be leading the rally, a reference to the term's origins in combat, where an officer would lead his rallying troops back into battle. While a rally may signal the beginning of a bull market, it doesn't necessarily do so.

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On the final day, the Maruti Suzuki Desert Storm rallyists raced towards Jaipur in their vehicles from Bikaner covering a distance of approximately 330 Kms.
Bulan said they will disperse the rallyists once their program is done.
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Hundreds of pro-administration rallyists, clad in green and red, also trooped at the Senate gates.
The police claimed that the rallyists started the scuffle by throwing stones at their ranks when they failed to get past the barricade.
At one stage, both sides, pro and anti-government rallyists, used pistols and assault rifles -- the first reported use of firearms by demonstrators.
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we asked rallyists to move to a more better-lit portion of the monument.
The rallyists eventually settled down in front of the Supreme Court, where they continued criticizing Trump and President Rodrigo Duterte, who they claimed, was a lackey of the US.