negative movement

negative movement

[′neg·əd·iv ′müv·mənt]
(geology)
A downward movement of the earth's crust relative to an adjacent part of the crust, such as produced by subsidence.
A relative lowering of the sea level with respect to the land, such as produced by a positive movement of the earth's crust or by a retreat of the sea.
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4 million) due to negative movement of fair value and foreign exchange reserves.
4m as of last year's end due to negative movement of fair value and foreign exchange reserves.
Illinois saw the most negative movement and accounted for 7 of the 10 worst-performing metro areas
He said the summit has underlined in its final communique its support for the peace efforts in the Sudan and its denunciation of the rebel movement which the summit considered negative movement, calling on all states members of the organization to refrain from hosting these rebel movements.
That negative movement is the World Bank adding pressure with concerns about growth,'' said Robert Pavlik, chief market strategist at Banyan Partners LLC in New York.
34) Glossing over a nonconceptual movement, Schelling's theology instead provides a negative movement to Reason.
The Saudi stock market continued its negative movement, marking another small decline of 0.
The index for Telecom sector witnessed maximum negative movement of a 20% dip in Nov-12 when compared to Oct-12, while Auto, Insurance, Oil & Gas and Banking saw their hiring activity dip within the range of 5% and 9% respectively during the same time period.
But there are also 23 targets which this update suggests are unlikely to be reached and nine targets with negative movement.
Thus, negative movement is about as likely as positive movement.
Any type of negative movement in Greece will have an important role in Macedonia too," Ibraimi adds.
The Ambassador noted that in opposite to the Arab inert if not negative movement towards Syria, the most prominent development in the last month was the US-European movement at the UN Security Council to issue a resolution which aims at blockading and punishing Syria and creating appropriate conditions for foreign interference in Syria's affairs.