Definitions (2)

1. A financial or other benefit that is given, but is later taken back due to unique circumstances. A common example of this is when particular investments are purchased, they provide taxable benefits to the purchaser, but if the investments are sold before they mature, these benefits are required to be returned.
2. A decrease in the stock market that follows just after an increase in the stock market.

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clause Clayton Act