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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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"Also, the global selloff and local economic issues are forcing investors to trim their positions."
In our view, these moves are unrelated to the kind of top-line revenue or operating profit concerns that accompanied recent selloffs in the US and UK HY markets.
'EM has already seen a large selloff between April to July, and negative developments in Turkey will eventually be seen [along with Argentina] as isolated given their exceptional external imbalances compared to most EM countries,' JPMorgan analysts, including Luis Oganes and Jonny Goulden, wrote in note to clients.
Many investors were surprised by the gold selloff on Monday which fell below $1,200 for the first time since March 2017.
A foreign investor-led selloff has wiped more than $53 billion from the nation's equities as a weakening peso and quickening inflation combined with concerns about the simmering trade war between the US and China.
A government-bond selloff, sparked by political instability in Italy, has affected the share prices of the nation's banks.
The selloff includes its branches of Samcheonpo in Sacheon, South Gyeongsang Province, Yangjeong-dong in Busan and Huam-dong in Seoul, and the total of the possible bids is expected to reach 11.4 billion won.
76 percent, or 65.58 points, to finish at 8,550.42, while the broader All Shares index fell 0.83 percent, or 42.51 points, to close at 5,027.91."Philippine markets could do little to withstand another round of selloff regionally, with the US recording its worst-one day point drop in history.
Trump's threats of "fire and fury" and "locked and loaded" should North Korea launch a missile, were behind the 70 per cent surge in the VIX, the selloff in equities and the flee into safe havens.
The deal is part of a larger, CDN 2.8bn, Imperial Oil selloff of Esso stations in Canada.
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.
"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.
The market's selloff last week was something that you would expect to happen considering the trading results the previous week.
KUWAIT, March 21 (KUNA) -- Hefty stocks' selloff predominated trades at Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) in the past week sessions, according to a report released by First Securities Brokerage Company, "Oula Wasata," on Saturday.