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Turn

In the equities market, a reversal; unwind.

Reversal

A change in a security's price trend.
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It needs to turn against Corby, because every game we don't win, we make it more difficult on ourselves and, obviously, you would like to have points in the bag.
Susan Jacoby focuses sharply on what she sees as the turn against rationalism and intellectualism occurring in the United States that has left the population unable to distinguish between fact and opinion.
When they turn out to be no more than a cynical fraud upon the electorate, voters turn against all parties and all politicians.
The Basque showcased a masterclass of midfield play against Newcastle and followed it up with another impressive turn against Spurs.
Even our friends seem to turn against us, and we feel that we are all alone.
Like some new Prometheus, the robots who dream turn against their makers in a bid to do what humans have been trying to accomplish since Eden--grasp equality with the gods and gain dominion over all.
Researchers have long puzzled over what causes the body to turn against itself in type 1 diabetes, an autoimmune disease that destroys insulin-secreting cells in the pancreas.
On a planet inhabited in the not-too-distant future, humans still haven't learned the lessons of the past, and the results are, once again, devastating as they turn against each other in the quest for superiority and genetic purity.
The colonists then turn against the British to fight for independence in the American Revolution.