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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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I believe if I had not turned the corner of my fiftieth year, when I first knew Tolstoy, I should not have been able to know him as fully as I did.
He was off and away in a scurry of speed that seemed to flatten him close to the deck, and that, as he turned the corner of the deck-house to the stairs, made his hind feet slip and slide across the smooth planks.
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.
This is the result of our Energy Supply Plan, combined with recent rainfalls, which means that our energy situation has turned the corner and now has the capacity to supply our major industrials at full capacity.
This refers to 'We are back in business' (GDN, August 12) which says the real estate sector turned the corner or is it just going round the bend?
I think the euro zone has turned the corner," she told the panel.
It doesn't give me any sense of relief that we have turned the corner on gangs.
diplomats are eagerly trying to convince the world that--in the words of David Oberwetter; our ambassador to Riyadh--"Saudi Arabia has turned the corner," a series of annual reports from nongovernmental organizations are telling a different story.
Unfortunately, as he turned the corner, he found himself staring directly into the barrel of a 9mm automatic pistol.