recent dislocation


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recent dislocation

A dislocation seen shortly after it occurred.
See also: dislocation
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Despite positive rating and issuance trends in the first half of this year, the recent dislocation in the credit markets has dramatically altered the environment for U.
During the quarter, RFG incurred write-downs and increased loan loss provisions largely reflecting the recent dislocation of the subprime residential mortgage market.
The common theme across most recent dislocations of employment (recent being since the agricultural revolution) has been the automation of routine manual tasks by machine.

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