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1. The sell-off is aimed at repositioning the company as a publisher principally of business information.
2. The privatisation of the electricity industry-the biggest sell-off of them all.
3. With the Treasury market sell-off, buyers saw higher-yielding mortgagebacked bonds as a safe harbor, traders said.
4. Certainly that is what yesterday's steep sell-off in the equity markets may suggest.
5. Yesterday, as the sell-off gained momentum, the stock plunged 31 / 4 to close at 281 / 4 on Nasdaq.
6. In the downdraft from a commodity sell-off, the dollar would be the perverse winner.
7. The outcome of the Opel/Vauxhall sell-off was messy.
8. "I think the markets are ready for a sell-off that continues to be started by the Nasdaq futures markets," said Harry Michas, technical analyst and stock-index futures trader at Iharmarketmonitor.com.
9. There is no question of any "sell-off" of Russian land or assets.
10. This sell-off sent ripples through the financial system because of the strange symbiosis between governments and banks.
11. The market sell-off was exacerbated by sell-stops in the cash and futures markets, profit-taking by hedge funds and portfolio adjustments by mortgage investors, traders said.
12. On the contrary, the sell-off is probably down to caution.
13. So if there is a sell-off, we can reallocate that cash into the relevant sectors.
14. Investors are set to make a killing from the sell-off.
15. With no new junk deals sold yet this year, demand outweighed pressure from the sell-off in Treasurys, traders added.
16. But Wall Street shrugged off fears of a further sell-off as leading stock markets rebounded strongly on Monday.
17. That enabled the Belfast Telegraph, for example, to carry a huge article on the real cost of the sell-off.
18. George Dunn, chief executive of the Tenant Farmers' Association, said the sell-off was weighted against farmers.
19. The last thing they want is for dollar weakness to lead to a Treasury sell-off and premature upward pressure in those rates.
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20. Asian market slide sharply as they opened, on the tail of a US sell-off, disturbing news about American banks, and new risks that Greece may default.
21. And any sign of delays in implementation or watering down of the final deal risks triggering a fresh sell-off which might well sweep across the euro zone periphery.
22. It doesn't mean prices will have to sell off. Sell-off is not a direct consequence of high speculative net lengths.
23. A small sampling of financial advisers said their clients were better prepared for the sell-off, many having just watched their portfolios evaporate two years ago.
24. In July 2005 when China abandoned its peg against the U.S. dollar and moved to a managed float, there was a sharp sell-off in U.S. Treasuries, a reaction that some analysts say could happen again.
25. Concern over the effectiveness of the package was central to the sell-off of Italian shares and bonds that began on Friday.
26. One analyst said there was "no arguing with panic" in the sell-off.
27. To keep it simple, recent speculative selling of long positions has overwhelmed physical buying, resulting in the short term sell-off.
28. "I don't think we're at any risk of a meaningful sell-off into the end of the year, but I think the basic contours of what the economy looks like are pretty well set," he said.
29. There seemed to be no single proximate cause of the sell-off in Greek bonds.
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