Correction

A downward movement in the price of an individual stock, bond, commodity, index or the stock market as a whole.

Correction

Refers to using instrument characterization information to improve the accuracy of instrument data products (e. g., image correction for geometric distortion).
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Correction

A movement in prices which reverses a previous trend. The term is normally used to refer to a lowering of share prices after a sustained period of increase.
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correction

[n] - a quantity that is added or subtracted in order to increase the accuracy of a scientific measure 2. [n] - a rebuke for making a mistake 3. [n] - something substituted for an error 4. [n] - treatment of a specific defect 5. [n] - the act of offering an improvement to replace a mistake
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Correction

This is a technical analysis term. When a market moves strongly in one direction and then pulls back, this pullback will be referred to as a correction. A correction, (which is a common occurrence in a bull (up) or bear (down) trend), is often sharper (i.e. occurs more quickly) than the preceding move. Corrections are a component of the overall tre...
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Correction

A fall in the price of shares, either of one company or a sector or the whole market, which is... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/correction.htm?id=1652&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of correction'>more</a>
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Correction

A fall in a financial market, that is comparatively small, and which does not have more than a brief effect on the behaviour of the market...more on corrections
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Correction

This covers any corrections made to trade reports.
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Correction

Cor┬Ěrec'tion noun [ Latin correctio : confer French correction .] 1. The act of correcting, or making that right which was wrong; change for the better; amendment; rectification, as of an erroneous statement. « The due correction of swearing, rioting, neglect of God'...
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correction

A setting right, as the provision of specific lenses for the improvement of vision or an arbitrary adjustment made in values or devices in performance of experimental procedures. ... Origin: L. Correctio = straightening out, amendment ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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correction

rectification noun the act of offering an improvement to replace a mistake; setting right
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Correction

• (n.) The act of correcting, or making that right which was wrong; change for the better; amendment; rectification, as of an erroneous statement. • (n.) An allowance made for inaccuracy in an instrument; as, chronometer correction; compass correction. • (n.) That which is substituted in the place of what is wrong; an emendation; as,...
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correction

(L. correctio straightening out; amendment) a setting right, as the provision of specific lenses for the improvement of vision, or an arbitrary adjustment made in values or devices in performance of experimental procedures.
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Correction

Referring to general equities, a movement, either upward or downward in an index, or individual stock, bond, or commodity that is usually dramatic. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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correction

Species - An adjustment of the readings of the resistance-type electrical moisture meter to compensate for different species of wood. Corrections are tabulated in AS/NZS 1080 1:1997 Temperature - An adjustment of the readings of the resistance-type electrical moisture meter to compensate for changes in the temperature of wood. Corrections are tab.....
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Correction

Chastisement by one having authority of a person who has committed some offence, for the purpose of bringing him to legal subjection.
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correction

Type: Term Pronunciation: kō-rek′shŭn Definitions: 1. The act of reducing a fault; the elimination of an unfavorable quality.
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Correction

[newspaper] A correction in a newspaper is usually the posting of the notice of a typographical error or mistake that appeared in a past issue of a newspaper. Usually, a correction notice appears in its own column. Newspapers usually have specific policies for readers to report factual errors. Usually, it involves the reader contacting an e...
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Correction

(1) Event correction: An adjustment made to an event record. Corrections are published in the AKC Awards publication. (2) Registration correction: See correct litter or corrected papers.
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Correction

A decline in prices following a rise in a market.
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Correction

A legal entity that is separate and distinct from its owners. A corporation is allowed to own assets
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Correction

A correction is a drop
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correction

the act of offering an improvement to replace a mistake
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