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a sale of a relatively large number of assets (stocks or bonds or commodities) at a low price typically done to dispose of them rather than as normal trade

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New York [United States], Feb 13 ( ANI ): The Wall Street gained for the second straight day after selloff, with the market enjoying its largest two-day bounce in about four years.
Philippine markets could do little to withstand another round of selloff regionally, with the US recording its worst-one day point drop in history.
However, the numbers were not bad enough to cause a selloff in Chinese equities.
Credit Suisse (NYSE: CS) has opined that the banks' selloff has been overdone.
Stocks tumbled today after investors participated in a market wide selloff.
Gold prices are down around 10% this year, pressured by a selloff in commodities and expectations for a rate increase in the US.
AaAaAeAeAaAeAeA However, the markets recovered fairly quickly, avoidi major selloff that many feared and forecast.
Maybe we are beginning to see the start of councils - and perhaps one day governments - once again taking control of and operating public services, reversing our 30 year selloff and outsourcing culture.
Washington, Dhu-AlQa'dah 18, 1436, September 02, 2015, SPA -- US stocks fell sharply on Tuesday after a brief rest, with renewed concerns about China's economy pushing major indexes down almost 3 percent and intensifying fears of a long-term selloff.
After yesterday's sharp and fierce selloff it is impossible to paint an even remotely bullish technical picture," said Tamas Varga, analyst at brokerage PVM Oil Associates.
3 percent, as a rally among energy and technology shares offset concern over China and Greece that sparked a global equities selloff.
Under the terms of the DOJ settlement, the merged airline would divest space in a number of larger airports via a DOJ-approved selloff.
A Vietnamese government crackdown on investors' borrowing to buy securities prompted a sharp selloff in April.
Some analysts even went as far as to say that the selloff had been coming for a long time.
Bankers say the holding is an obvious selloff candidate for incoming chief executive Ben van Beurden, who will offer strategy pointers on January 30 along with fourth-quarter results.