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And, yes, even Tesla can endure a strong slump, giving up tens of billions of dollars in market capitalization at the same time.

The decline came amid a broader slump in high-flying tech stocks that pushed the Nasdaq 100 to its worst one-day loss since March.

The pandemic has pushed the global economy into what may be its deepest slump since the Great Depression.

The looming economic slump due to the Covid-19 pandemic is expected to worsen its woes.

These weekly and daily data sets—known as high-frequency data—show that after recovering somewhat from the big slump earlier this year, economic activity has been flagging since the number of Covid-19 cases spiked in June.

I always knew this slump would come after the war, sooner or later.

He'd heard these rumours about a slump, and he's fifty years old at that.

The SpendersHarry Leon Wilson

Suddenly, out of the corner of his eyes, he saw Professor Hemmingwell slump to the deck.

Sabotage in SpaceCarey Rockwell

Im always scared for a team that hasnt had a slump some time during the season.

Full-Back FosterRalph Henry Barbour

It was the voice of Bonfire Cree calling from the fourth tree, that roused Bunny from his slump of depression.

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