- adj. Of or relating to a recession.
- adj. of or pertaining to a recession
“Mr. WIGDOR: Well, this is a case of what I call recessionary discrimination, which is essentially using the struggling economy as a cover-up for discrimination against women.”
“Spirit has kept its costs lower than most airlines, which has enabled it to squeeze out a $17 million profit during this year's first quarter — when other carriers were swimming in recessionary red ink.”
“Even in recessionary times he still can demand a $20 million paycheck.”
“While those prices are high, they have slowed down a bit in recessionary times.”
“We clearly assess the actual risk of a fresh near-term recessionary downturn.”
“Over the long-term, this can result in offsetting private sector job creation but in a short-term recessionary environment tax reductions increase the size of the state's budget gap putting further downward pressure on state services.”
“It suggests that Gold, unlike silver, platinum and palladium, is also short-term recessionary hedge.”
“Sensible policy would probably not impose this kind of thing in recessionary times; do it in a boom, not a bust, take the hit when money’s being made.”
“In response to what Mr. Fettig called "recessionary demand levels" and higher costs, Whirlpool is consolidating production and eliminating its highest-cost factories.”
“The last time NBER's Business Cycle Dating Committee called a recessionary period was in 2001, for the 8-month periodbeginning March 2001 and ending November 2001.”
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