Definition of selldown in English:

selldown

Syllabification: sell·down
Pronunciation: /ˈselˌdoun
 
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noun

  • Widespread selling of futures, securities, or commodities, triggered by or resulting in falling prices: a selldown of banking stocks which, in turn, would further depress the market
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    • If you believe the selldown in technology shares is due exclusively to the pricking of the dotcom bubble, think again.
    • The spectre of higher mainland interest rates was the key reason for the selldown, said Merrill Lynch strategist Spencer White in a report.

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