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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Total equity decreased to $535.1 million (31 December 2014: $580.4 million) due to negative movement of fair value and foreign exchange reserves.
Much of the negative movement was provided by banking stocks ahead of a crucial fortnight in the sector.
Total equity decreased to $537.8 million ($580.4 million) due to negative movement of fair value and foreign exchange reserves.
The Saudi stock market continued its negative movement, marking another decline of 0.38 percent yesterday.
He added that second-hand prices had increased by 3,175 per cent in 34 years with, again, just one year of negative movement prior to the corrections taking place in the market over the last twelve months.
These conditions generated a positive investment movement of $0.4 billion in institutional FUM and a negative movement of $1.6 billion in private investor FUM.
The Media and Publishing sector continued its negative movement for the seventh consecutive day, going down 51.3 points or 1.75 percent further.
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.
Net Debt of $625 million was up $39 million (31 December 2018: $586 million) reflecting non-recurring cash outflows of $13 million associated with M&A activity and Globecomm integration, the $8 million dividend payment and $42 million negative movement in working capital.
The KSE-100 index showed negative movement to close at 31,839, down 99 points.
A negative movement of approximately US$1 billion is now expected to be recorded for the 2019 financial year.