change of course

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  • noun

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a change in the direction that you are moving

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We hold the opinion that the stock should, more likely than not, launch a change of course in accordance with the stock's current short-term stochastic analysis.
Brooker said a change of course brought the company to a unique opportunity.
The abrupt change of course was a tactical defeat for Rep.
In an abrupt change of course, the Senate on Tuesday unanimously approved a much broader investigation into White House and congressional campaign fund-raising practices than most Senate Republicans had originally wanted.
The sudden change of course was triggered when Tuffree, through his public defenders, made the offer to prosecutors as the attorneys met Monday to prepare for jury selection in the second trial.