Pullback [noun]

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We should definitely see a pullback, but the magnitude is probably lesser.

While growth stocks are flying again, there’s been a pullback in gold and Treasurys.

If that wasn’t the case, the recent pullback in stocks would be much more severe, he said.

While it won’t be business as usual anytime soon, cuts, pullbacks and cancellations to media spending over the next three months won’t be as drastic as they have been.

That could lead to a pullback in consumer and business spending and then another round of layoffs, compounding problems further.

Michael McGinn dealt with a police pullback when he was mayor of Seattle in 2012.

Already feeling the pain from advertising pullbacks in the early throes of the coronavirus crisis, automotive and education publishers felt the brunt of malvertising attacks too.