from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The act or an instance of selling something back that one had previously bought.
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Anastasio explains the recent sellback helped unwind the "extreme overbought condition that existed at the recent highs of $1,920.50."
Some truck with Stobart family property sellback amid 11% loss The unusual property deal between the boss of Stobart Group and its shareholders remained in the spotlight today as the transport firm's...
Some truck with Stobart family property sellback amid 11% loss
He noted the county also won significant concessions from the union, including a pay freeze for 2010 and a cap on sick-time sellback.