from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An upward swing or trend.
- n. An increase, as in movement or business activity.
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- n. an upward swing
- n. an upward trend or an increase in activity
But getting investment exposure to this long-term upswing in prices, without falling foul of the inevitable short-term volatility, is a conundrum that is proving hard to unravel.
The upswing is that we know the product we are putting forth is top notch.
Get ready, because the upswing is on the way, and there simply will not be enough housing inventory to fill the need.
"While golf course industry professionals are now hopeful that recent declines have reached a bottom, continued pressure from the recent economic downturn and the relatively high unemployment rates may prevent the near term upswing that was previously anticipated," Sunnyvale officials wrote in a recent city report.
I bought equipment for ten cents on the dollar at auctions, and had a state of the art facility that I bought at BK Court – and the same with a competitor – and still I kept hearing “the upswing is predicted for the end of 2005 … 2006 … etc etc”
NEW DELHI -- India's key stock market indexes on Wednesday soared past two-year highs hit the day before on the back of strong foreign flows to India and a long-term upswing in domestic confidence among investors.
The only friend on an upswing is Rodney (an amusingly sympathetic Chris Diamantopoulos), but his gains may be more professional than personal.
Here are three explanations for the short-term upswing:
Grand Rapids 'upswing is lifting nearby counties, too.
The current upswing is probably due to the iTunes effect.
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