- post- + crash (Wiktionary)
“Painted in 1905 Estimate: $18,000,000 - 25,000,000 At Christie's Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Sale, May 4 Just as the stock market is setting new postcrash highs, the art market has largely recovered from the recession.”
“General Motors said on Monday it will offer loaner vehicles to Chevrolet Volt owners to address safety worries amid a U.S. investigation into postcrash fires involving the vehicles.”
“Seamus Finn , a board member for the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, a network of institutional investors representing faith-based organizations, says the question is whether these funds will take a harder line against big banks in the wake of postcrash changes such as the Dodd-Frank financial-overhaul law.”
“But the conservative business model, which might have seemed a bit frumpy five or six years ago, may be the perfect one for the postcrash economy.”
“Although women have made gains on the mortgage front — their rejection rates dropped from 37% in 1998 to 23% in 2008 — postcrash loans have been much tougher to land for one-income applicants.”
“Together, all of these postcrash dilemmas simply illuminate one important point: that we shouldn't get too tight with any single investment idea.”
“How da Silva earned such acclaim says plenty about how wealth and power are shifting in this postcrash age.”
“If, on the other hand, government finds itself up to the task, it can use this postcrash moment to work on ways to execute orderly wind downs that do protect taxpayers.”
“The company sells restaurant-reservation software to restaurants and offers diners online reservations and the ability to search restaurants by geography, cuisine and price; its recent IPO was seen as one of the brighter moments in the postcrash economy.”
“It's easy to see, though, why governments like the postcrash insurance -- and not just in Britain.”
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