The act or process of pulling back, especially an orderly troop withdrawal.(noun)
A device for holding or drawing back: a pullback for heavy draperies. (noun)
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Use "pullback" in a sentence
""Traders might be unwilling to make a commitment until they see the short term reaction," explaining why gold hasn't skyrocketed, "but I would say any short term pullback in gold on successful debt talks I would be a buyer.""
"While the trend remains bullish, there might be a short term pullback in the cards as the stock is a bit overbought there."
"Market participants are mixed on whether the crude is just suffering a series of short-term fluctuations--or the beginning of a longer-term pullback."