- n. Plural form of influx.
“If Greenspan and Bernanke are so certain of the calamitous effects of such "influxes" of capital, why weren't they warned about it?”
“They were led by states such as Nevada, Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Arizona and Kentucky, which had influxes of young families or suffered higher rates of poverty.”
“It may seem like states were forced to make a lot of hard decisions last year, but in fact they were sheltered from really dealing with the full measure of their own fiscal problems by large influxes of Federal “stimulus” money.”
“Its economy grew 4.8% on influxes of aid and telecommunication investments—its best growth level in more than a decade, according to the fund.”
“The state is no stranger to influxes of immigrants.”
““The idea that big influxes of wealth will help Africa has never really panned out,” Patrick Keenan, an Africa specialist at the University of Illinois, told me.”
“Businessmen with money to spend on summer villas were its early Victorian colonists, followed soon by holiday influxes of the industrial working class.”
“But police have come to expect large influxes of pimps and prostitutes around certain events.”
“Ultimately, if population and GDP were to stablize, net influxes + returns would stablize to withdrawals + depreciation, just like above.”
“With a total of about 200,000 square feet of retail space vacant, the Meatpacking District could see one of the most dramatic influxes of new retailers of any neighborhood in the city.”
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