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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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In taking the beaches, these heroes turned the tide of history from tyranny to liberty.
Publications as concert band arrangement with CD, as well as an orchestral work, "Inchon" is a stirring musical interpretation of the Inchon-Seoul campaign, the daring 1950 amphibious landing that turned the tide of the Korean War in favor of the United Nations and helped preserve freedom throughout much of Asia and the entire world.
In Italy, everybody loves the NBA,'' he said in his dressing room the Friday after Derek Fisher's last-second heroics turned the tide for the Lakers in their series with San Antonio.
One such moment came on July 4, 1863 when the Union, steadily losing the Civil War up to that point, suddenly turned the tide with two immense victories, at Gettysburg and Vickburg.
A series of inspired substitutions sparked three quick-fire tries which turned the tide in favour of the Scots.
Navy might well have turned the tide against the Japanese in the Pacific much earlier if its submarines had not been stocked with torpedoes that misfired at catastrophic rates.