• If investors were worried about losing those gains, they would be paying up for options to protect against a sudden fall in share prices.

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  • Now, given that the severe recession of 2008-2009 was caused by a sudden fall in demand, and given that demand and NGDP are the same thing, it would make sense for the Fed to increase NGDP in order to accelerate the economic recovery.

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  • Moreover, as the chart shows, the rate of change has speeded up over the course of that period. (The sudden fall-off at the end is caused because the linkage-disequilibrium method cannot easily detect very recent mutations, rather than by a sudden reduction in the rate of evolution.) The researchers put this acceleration down to two things.

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  • In theory, this strategy gives middle-aged plan members longer exposure to upward movements in the stockmarket, while safeguarding them against the risk of a sudden market fall.

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  • Such adjustments are often sudden, leading to a very sharp fall in the value of a currency: this was highlighted in new research published recently by the Federal Reserve, America's central bank.

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  • Big Tobacco's fall was, indeed, sudden.

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  • The fall of Mr Ben Ali was fairly bloodless and astonishingly sudden.

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  • But sometimes the music or what he was reading would all of a sudden cease to act on him—or, worse, he would fall into despair or irritation, no longer able to see the bright horizon promised to him by music, by reading, by the art of imagination and the excitement of a sensitive heart.

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