/ˌri:ə'dʒʌst/ verb
to adjust something again or in a new way, or to change in response to new conditions
to readjust prices to take account of the rise in the costs of raw materials
to readjust salary scales
Share prices readjusted quickly to the news of the devaluation.

Dictionary of banking and finance. 2015.

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