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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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As I once heard a managing director at a large financial institution complain: "It's 1 p.m., and six times today I have heard that, 'The company has turned the corner.' If we've turned the corner six times, I don't know where we are." These principles start at a different place.
PAUL CLEMENT feels Swansea have turned the corner in their battle for Premier League survival.
Chairman Nick Basing said: "I am positive that we have turned the corner with this result.
He said: "HMP Oakwood has turned the corner. There is more to do but the determined way the director and staff have made improvements following significant criticism should be acknowledged."
Only when they are no longer needed to feed people can we truly say we have turned the corner.
Pest control and washrooms company Rentokil Initial has offloaded the division to restructuring specialist Better Capital, even though it believes the business has now turned the corner.
IN the last fortnight I have attended a few dinners at which the main topic of discussion has been the claim by a gentleman in the business of realty (not necessarily reality) that the real estate market in Bahrain has "turned the corner".
SHOPPERS went on a mini-spending spree last month in the belief we may have at last turned the corner.
"I think the euro zone has turned the corner," she told the panel.