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Turn

In the equities market, a reversal; unwind.
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Reversal

A change in a security's price trend.
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He was welcomed into the job a decade ago after impressing at Dundee United but was sacked in November 2012 as the nation's latest qualifying disaster saw punters turn against him.
"Analysed by both media and fans, his words need backing up on the pitch or it won't be long till the fans vocally turn against him."
The secular rebels' decision to turn against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) was perhaps a positive move to convince the world that the moderate Syrian opposition would not tolerate extremists ruling over them.
Halifax also had a number of chances to win the match denied, either by solid defending or the woodwork, and Aspin hopes their fortunes turn against Corby, when three points would take his side above Altrincham and into fourth place in the Blue Square North table.
French Minister of Foreign Affairs, Laurent Fabius, said Monday that any Israeli strike against Iran would "turn against Israel" and called for stronger sanctions to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons.
So it was pathetic of her bandmates to initially support her decision to go it alone, only to turn against her later.
This could have been nothing more than a border incident had Iran not been backing up the Houthis with money and arms and inciting them to turn against Yemeni authorities.
w ASH finally leaves Hollyoaks this week, after even his disappointed family turn against him.
Boueiz added that when the Kesrouan residents need the assistance of the current FPM MPs, "they could not find them in the area or the country." He explained that he did not "turn against anyone, the others turned against me.