reaccelerating love

Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of reaccelerate.

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Examples

  • Citigroup notes that these "reaccelerating wages are likely to delay further any real attempt at job creation and hope of stabilization of the unemployment rate."

    Weber Derails Merkel's Unity Express

  • The bank also said it expected fourth-quarter output to be more robust than expected, reaccelerating from the third-quarter slowdown.

    Turkey Raises Inflation Forecast

  • But in November, when overseas concerns flared up again, the S&P 500 fell only 3.9%, cushioned by the Federal Reserve launching another round of monetary stimulus that month and the economy showing signs of reaccelerating.

    Market Tumble Puts Investors on Alert for Correction

  • I'm still seeing forecasts of interest rates from institutional houses like Barclays of 3.5% one year out with GDP reaccelerating to 3.5% from 2.5% currently.

    Bernanke's Fed Full Of Blind Mice

  • I'm still seeing forecasts of interest rates from institutional houses like Barclays of 3.5% one year out with GDP reaccelerating to 3.5% from 2.5% currently.

    Bernanke's Fed Full Of Blind Mice

  • "Treasuries offer little or no margin of safety if the economy unexpectedly strengthens in 2009, or the dollar weakens significantly, or inflation shows signs of reaccelerating."

    Are Uncle Sam's Creditors heading for the exits?

  • With the economy proving far more resilient than expected over recent months, China's economy reaccelerating and employment stronger than expected, the RBA looks to be on track to be one of the first major central banks to start withdrawing monetary stimulus.

    RBA Chief Sees Higher Rates

  • Inflation kept reaccelerating in the 1970s because the Fed kept pumped money into the system too aggressively, a mistake officials say is burned into their memories.

    Stagflation Equation

  • Digital River, an e-commerce-services provider, advanced 99 cents, or 3%, to $33.69 on Nasdaq after Credit Suisse upgraded it to "outperform" from "neutral," pointing to signs of "reaccelerating" earnings growth.

    Nasdaq's Losses Continue on Economic Data

  • Nike reported disappointing fourth-quarter earnings per share late Tuesday, but future orders are reaccelerating in the U.S., according to Banc of America Securities analyst Robert Ohmes in a report Wednesday.

    Nike May Rebound On U.S. Orders

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