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    Default dead cat bounces



    When would you use this expression?

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    Default Re: dead cat bounces

    dead-cat bounce means, very little recovery after a loss, not coming up again.

    EX: The broker said, "It was a dead-cat bounce. Stocks remain low."

    Source: http://pubfiles.freespaces.com/idiom...2dcat%20bounce

    Also try here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dead_cat_bounce

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