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  • n. Plural form of catalyst.


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  • Part II, I write about my experiences related to faith or lack of faith in God, and the evolving nature of what I describe as the catalysts that may take us to whatever the next stages of our personal and communal spiritual evolution may be.

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  • With the long term catalyst being the success of the ongoing trials, there are still some short term catalysts to pay attention to as well.

  • While the company has strong fundamentals, there are also possible short term catalysts to drive the stock higher.

  • Janardan Menon, an analyst at the broker Liberum, said: "While there are clearly no near-term catalysts for Ericsson over the next few quarters, we do expect operators to resume spending before the end of this year in a neutral macro-economic environment."

    Ericsson sees annual sales grow but shares dive on fourth-quarter slump

  • Economic woes, such as unemployment or reduced income, are the main catalysts for foreclosures this year.

    More Than 10% of Homeowners Missed a Mortgage Payment First Quarter of 2010 | Impact Lab

  • In Milan, Fiat climbed 5.2% after Goldman Sachs Group reinstated coverage on the Italian auto maker with a "buy" rating, with the analysts saying they see several near- and long-term catalysts for the company.

    Tech Stocks, Banks Lift Europe's Markets

  • Goldman Sachs analysts downgraded their stock-investment rating on the rendering and food recycling company to "neutral" from "buy," citing a lack of near-term catalysts for the stock.

    Stocks Claw Back

  • Even when the Reuben James was sunk in the Atlantic, America stayed neutral … until Japan blew it for the rest of the Axis … So whatever the catalysts is for a rehash of WW3 and to springboard Kohlhammer into office will need to hurt the mainland US AND be from an external source.

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  • Economic woes, such as unemployment or reduced income, continue to be the main catalysts for foreclosures this year.

    Foreclosures Hit Record In September, More Than 100K Homes Seized

  • Unless the campaign is associated as a part of the struggle against the structures that cause climate change, the main catalysts of destruction will roam around freely.

    K. P. Sasi: Fishing Communities and Politics of Climate Change in India


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