One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Widespread selling of futures, securities, or commodities, triggered by or resulting in falling prices.‘a selldown of banking stocks which, in turn, would further depress the market’
- ‘The spectre of higher mainland interest rates was the key reason for the selldown, said Merrill Lynch strategist Spencer White in a report.’
- ‘If you believe the selldown in technology shares is due exclusively to the pricking of the dotcom bubble, think again.’
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