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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Meanwhile, other expenses surged 3 folds YoY and 23 per cent QoQ to Rs 316 million due to higher exchange losses in the period under review, given the negative movement of the Pakistani rupee (PKR) against Dollar (USD) and Japanese Yen (JPY) against USD was set at 1 per cent QoQ and 1.
All of these metrics were highly stable from 2014 through 2016, and in each case the negative movement so far in 2017 is highly statistically significant.
Tuesday was the fourth consecutive negative movement of stock and the Index shed 170.
This strategy seeks to mitigate the risk of a significant negative movement in the value of domestic equities.
4m as of last year's end due to negative movement of fair value and foreign exchange reserves.
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.
It contributes to negative movement of the process.
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.
Whereas, functional areas such as Customer Service/Tele Calling (0%), Front Office/Administration (-1%) and Accounting/Finance (1%) witnessed zero to negative movement in hiring activity in April'13.
4, but there was marked negative movement in dollar amount beyond terms, which slipped from 50.
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.