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downturn

a drop or reduction in the success of a business or economy
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We assume that sponsors will provide liquidity advances if necessary, to support the projects during temporary market downturns due to the strong long-term project economics.
The primary reason to consider converting a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA in a market downturn involves the tax savings that such a move can generate.
Shuaa's results were principally impacted by the global market downturn, which has affected all equity markets around the world," a company statement said.
CLOSURE: The market downturn is hitting the Halifax
Yolande Barnes, head of Savills residential research, said: "This property market downturn has affected virtually all property sectors and UK regions simultaneously but regions will vary far more when the upturn comes.
It added that the credit crunch and housing market downturn had also boosted demanded for rented property, as people either delayed buying somewhere or were unable to obtain the mortgage they needed to do so.
As for NEC, Moody's said the company suffered from the global IT market downturn in 2001, resulting in heavy net losses in fiscal 2001 to March 31, 2002.
Antonio Maciel Neto led Ford do Brasil's billion-dollar expansion straight through increasing international competition and a dire market downturn.
com and Robert Glasser of RealNetworks, got hit with hefty paper losses after the market downturn.
But those lessons will come over time and after the next economic and market downturn.