Dead cat bounce [radio interview]: Interviewed by Annamarie Reyes for the 2SER FM Radio program: On the Money: Word of the Week, 5 August, 2013

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Regular 'Word of the Week' segment. Interview with Professor Bruce Vanstone, Bond University, regarding 'dead cat bounce'. Vanstone says it's a Wall Street term which means a stock has fallen from a very high price to a low price in small period of time. Vanstone notes a small upward spike but the price will normally tend to decline again. Vanstone uses Billabong as an example to illustrate a 'dead cat bounce'.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 5 Aug 2013

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