Selloff (noun)

  1. A rapid and forceful sale of a large number of assets, especially stocks or shares, typically in response to market conditions.
  2. A large reduction in the value of a particular asset or market.

Origin:

Early 20th century: from sell + off.

Examples:

  1. The company is experiencing a selloff of its stock.
  2. The selloff of the company's assets was a last ditch effort to raise cash.
  3. The recent selloff in the housing market has been attributed to rising interest rates.
  4. The stock market selloff was triggered by a drop in oil prices.
  5. The selloff of the company's assets was a last ditch effort to raise cash.
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