dead cat bounce Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"dead cat bounce" in British English

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dead cat bouncenoun [S]

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a ​temporaryincrease in the ​value of shares after there has been a ​largereduction in ​theirvalue: Are we ​witnessing a ​genuinerecovery in the ​shareprice, or is it just a ​deadcatbounce?
(Definition of dead cat bounce from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"dead cat bounce" in Business English

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dead cat bouncenoun [S]

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STOCK MARKET a ​temporaryincrease in ​shareprices after there has been a large ​fall in their ​value: So is the ​sharepriceimprovement a ​dead cat ​bounce or the ​start of something better?
(Definition of dead cat bounce from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “dead cat bounce”
in Chinese (Simplified) 股价短时反弹, 死猫诈尸…
in Chinese (Traditional) 股價短時間反彈…
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