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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reaccelerate.


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  • Still, he remains optimistic that prices will rise this year as users in Europe stop reducing their stockpiles and consumption growth in China reaccelerates.

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  • He is looking for gross domestic product to grow at a 3% annual rate in the third quarter, up from 2% in the second, as auto production reaccelerates.

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  • Consider industries like financials and retailers, which have been punished amid growing fears of an economic slump -- and could get the biggest bounce if the economy reaccelerates later this year, as many investors expect.

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  • "We believe as the company's top line reaccelerates, both from acquired technology and ramping product cycles in its core technologies, PMC will again see its multiple expand to levels more in keeping with other networking integrated circuit leaders," he noted.

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  • RealtyTrac CEO James Saccacio said the uptick represents more "unclogging of the pipeline," as foreclosure activity suppressed by the robo-signing scandal eases its way out of the system and the process reaccelerates. Top headlines

  • "When bank credit reaccelerates, it usually starts with the securities and then moves with a lag to the loan portfolio," said Kasriel, who worked as a research economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. -- Top News

  • Is this sort of an implication that Atom reaccelerates as a percent of the mix or can you help me reconcile what I see as more tailwinds than headwinds on ASP? Home Page

  • Volume may soon be rising again as drilling reaccelerates, especially horizontally with multi-stage fracturing. Home Page


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