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  • The adjective massive lent urgency to the stock-market term sell-off, a noun first reported in 1937 by The Baltimore Sun and still specialized enough to retain its hyphen in most citations.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • The adjective massive lent urgency to the stock-market term sell-off, a noun first reported in 1937 by The Baltimore Sun and still specialized enough to retain its hyphen in most citations.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • The adjective massive lent urgency to the stock-market term sell-off, a noun first reported in 1937 by The Baltimore Sun and still specialized enough to retain its hyphen in most citations.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • The adjective massive lent urgency to the stock-market term sell-off, a noun first reported in 1937 by The Baltimore Sun and still specialized enough to retain its hyphen in most citations.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • "At a time when the oil market has had rallies for several weeks, it's probably a little bit of short-term nervousness of being caught on the wrong side," said Ric Spooner, chief markets analyst at CMC Markets, referring to a sell-off by traders after the Moody's downgrade.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The sell-off finally began Friday as the unrest in Egypt escalated.

    Turmoil In Egypt Fuels Unease Ahead Of Monday Open

  • Anadarko's shares are back to levels seen before the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, as concerns about Anadarko's exposure to the Deepwater Horizon disaster in the Gulf of Mexico led to a sell-off.

    Anadarko Profit Drops on Lower Derivative Gains

  • CHICAGO—U.S. grain and soybean futures faced a dramatic sell-off fueled by profit-taking and jitters about unrest in North Africa and the Middle East.

    U.S. Grains, Soy Sink

  • • The Forestry Commission sell-off goes to a vote in the House of Commons tomorrow; contact your MP now.

    Letters: Roots manoeuvre

  • The data sound the latest inflation warning in Asia, where a surge in prices of food, oil and other commodities has stoked price pressures across the region, causing a sharp sell-off in bond markets in Indonesia, the Philippines and elsewhere.

    Asian Manufacturing Expands; Inflation Pressures Rise

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