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Use "lock-step" in a sentence
"Many strategists and mangers blame funds' poor showing in 2011 on high levels of "correlation"—the tendency of stocks or asset classes to move in lock-step, which often happens when investors are fearful."
""People have glommed onto the idea that because everything was trading in lock-step, opportunities weren't abundant," Mr. Birinyi says."
"Journal Community In recent quarters, delinquencies have moved largely in lock-step with employment."