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something, such as loss, pain, or confinement, imposed for wrongdoing

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the act of offering an improvement to replace a mistake

a quantity that is added or subtracted in order to increase the accuracy of a scientific measure

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something substituted for an error

a rebuke for making a mistake

a drop in stock market activity or stock prices following a period of increases

the act of punishing

treatment of a specific defect

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To better prepare yourself for a market correction, consider the below.
Seventy-four percent (74%) of US investors age 40 years and older are concerned about a stock market correction given the long running bull market, and virtually all investors (97%) said the market at its current levels has risks with 37% saying the risk was significant or mostly risky, according to findings of a Global Atlantic Financial Group national study of US investors 40 years of age and older regarding stock market risk and investments, the company said.
While many financial analysts warn of a possible market correction in the near future, few investors report hearing "a lot" about it in the news.
investors in the survey anticipated a market correction later in the year, down from 62% of respondents who worried about such a correction in 2013 and 58% in 2014, the previous high points.
In some advanced economies, including Australia, Canada, Sweden and the United Kingdom, house prices are elevated relative to rents, raising financial stability risks if rising interest rates were to trigger a housing market correction.
The prospects of a market correction brought about by global uncertainties should be a great opportunity for you to start buying.
The survey, conducted with more than 200 business executives to analyse Dubai's booming residential property market and the possibility of another real estate 'bubble,' revealed that 84 per cent of respondents did not believe Dubai property prices would plunge in the same way they did in the 2008-9 market correction.
However, the initial response of the Securities and Commodities Authority (SCA) to the market correction has pleased few of the current players.
According to the free-market doctrine, the market correction should have resulted in: a decrease ha coffee production through the price mechanism as inefficient high-cost producers are forced to leave the market and entry into the market is discouraged; and lower consumer-prices, which due to the correction, should have resulted in increased demand.
Then, the story repeated in 2012 a after the US stock market correction in April - May, by mid-October Russia-30 added 10%, whereas S&P500 strengthened 14% in the same time frame.
BRITONS'' wealth fell to a five-year low during 2008 on the back of the housing market correction, new figures show.
com) says indicators show a market correction is looming, with some signs pointing to a repeat of the correction that began after 2000.
Around 13 per cent of people said the housing market correction had made them reassess home ownership, a third of whom said they had not considered selling up in the past, according to advice website Unbiased.
Around one in every 97 properties in Great Britain was worth at least seven figures before the housing market correction started, but now the figure has fallen to around one in every 150, according to property market website Zoopla.
Due to RE market correction biz had down trended but recovery is in sight.