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snapbacknoun [S]

(also snap-back) uk   us   /ˈsnæpbæk/ informal
STOCK MARKET a quick ​return to a previous ​condition or ​situation: Current ​economicconditions preclude a ​strong snapback. We had a nice snap-back from yesterday's late ​sell-off and ​managed to ​holdgains. We may be seeing some delay in the snapback in ​housing because ​people believe that the ​rates may go ​lower.
(Definition of snapback from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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