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verb alternate, swing, fluctuate, teeter, oscillate, go from one extreme to the other The stock-market see-sawed up and down.
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Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], June 18 (ANI): Equity benchmark indices opened with a positive bias on Tuesday but see-sawed during early hours in the absence of fresh catalysts.
These days, players sing and dance together in the team bus, portraying a monolithic outfit that, after many years of heartache and relegation battles that see-sawed between promise and despair, is now getting stronger.Fans, now ever more jingoistic, are acknowledging the Manduku Effect', and there is some truth to it.
The game was tied 49-49 at the half and the lead see-sawed back and forth until Logan gained control with 3:58 remaining and Logan up 85-78.
Sterling, which has see-sawed on Brexit news since the referendum, was flat at $1.2783 on Friday, down almost three cents since a deal was struck on Tuesday.
From there the meeting see-sawed with every effort that the home side made to stretch the gap thwarted by a Newcastle side that really dug in and filled the minor places on many occasions.
The lead see-sawed in the other last-four clash with only a one-shot difference separating Smith and Stobbs from Diamond and Wallwork - but the Leam Lane pair eventually prevailed 10-7.
Karachi -- The Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) on Tuesday see-sawed into the green, with the benchmark KSE-100 Index gaining 84 points to close at 42,995, five points shy of the 43K level.
Fletcher scored five points in a row to give the visitors a 14-13 lead but in a frenetic game which see-sawed back and forth it was the home side who led at the end of the first 20-18.
In oil markets, Brent crude prices see-sawed throughout the session, before dropping 0.6% to 45.76 US dollars a barrel.
Now she has see-sawed to an indy or bust stance pleasing to the activist base.
Prices see-sawed last week, plunging in the immediate aftermath of Britain's shock decision to leave the European Union but rallying after central banks worldwide vowed support to financial markets.
The value of the pound has see-sawed amid fears a vote for Leave could see it plunge.