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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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References in classic literature ?
The young man turned round, surprised, and saw a dark complexioned girl, who, with a finger on her lip, held out her other hand to him.
He would have turned round again without a word, but I seized him.
Yet, after having made Cornelius get into the carriage first, the Grand Pensionary turned round towards the girl, to whom he said, --
She turned round and left the workshop as quickly and quietly as she had entered it.
When Houanda was later interviewed, he explained that Amelie had freed her arms from the child seat's restraint, and he had taken his hands off the steering wheel and turned round to assist her, worried that she would wriggle out of the seat.
"I love Will so I was really excited when he turned round but he said he wasn't sure if he'd be the best option for me as he had someone really similar," she said.
The Voice UK BBC1, 7pm Given Jeremy Renner and Christian Bale's rendition of Tom Jones's classic Delilah in acclaimed movie American Hustle, we doubt the Welsh recording legend would have turned round for them had they auditioned for this show, but plenty of other wannabe stars have impressed his ears.
Once we had passed the policemen, the man driving in front of me in his grey Mitsubishi, slowed his car, turned round and tried to take a photo of the car crash and somebody else's misfortune.
Not one family in Birmingham, the Black Country or Solihull has had their lives "turned round" by the project so far, figures published by the Department for Communities and Local Government showed.
The plane, which has set off from Washington DC on Sunday night, turned round and flew two hours back west before landing safely yesterday morning at St John's in Newfoundland, Canada.
The lance corporal said he turned round and walked off as the Premier offered his hand during a Remembrance Day service last November.
"I turned round and the man said something I couldn't make out, as if he had just brushed past me, said sorry then hurried away.