[ ded-kat ]
/ ˈdɛdˌkæt /
Slang. a temporary recovery in stock prices after a steep decline, often resulting from the purchase of securities that have been sold short.
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- dead, book of the,
- dead-air space,
- dead-ball line,
- dead-end host,
- dead-man's fingers,
- dead-man's float,
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stock exchange informal a temporary recovery in prices following a substantial fall as a result of speculators buying stocks they have already sold rather than as a result of a genuine reversal of the downward trend
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