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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.
We may hit on a good place like this, one day, and the next time we try it we'll slump into a hole that'll raise the mischief.
Two days later the main body arrived, and Llanyglo experienced its first social slump.
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He might just as well, he might much better, slump down in a sodden heap amid the rest of the jetsam.
Dimly Bart saw old Rugel slump forward, moaning softly; saw the old Lhari pillow his bald head on his veined arms.
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We are always tempted to think a person who "slumps" physically may slump in other ways.

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