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on the upswing

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  • upswing — An upward turn in a security s price after a period of falling prices. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * upswing up‧swing [ˈʌpˌswɪŋ] noun [countable] COMMERCE an improvement or increase in the number or level of something: upswing in • The… …   Financial and business terms

  • upswing — UK [ˈʌpˌswɪŋ] / US noun [countable] Word forms upswing : singular upswing plural upswings mainly journalism an increase or improvement in something The economy seems to be on the upswing. upswing in: an upswing in the value of the yen …   English dictionary

  • upswing — up|swing [ ʌp,swıŋ ] noun singular MAINLY JOURNALISM an increase or improvement in something: The economy seems to be on the upswing. upswing in: an upswing in the value of the yen …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • upswing — noun Date: 1922 1. an upward swing 2. a marked increase or improvement < a dramatic upswing in profits > often used in the phrase on the upswing < her career is on the upswing > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • upswing — [[t]ʌ̱pswɪŋ[/t]] upswings N COUNT: usu sing, oft N in n, on the N An upswing is a sudden improvement in something such as an economy, or an increase in an amount or level. ...an upswing in the economy... Violent crime is on the upswing. Ant:… …   English dictionary

  • The Thing from Another World — Infobox Film name = The Thing from Another World director = Christian Nyby Howard Hawks (uncredited) starring = Margaret Sheridan Kenneth Tobey Douglas Spencer Robert O. Cornthwaite James R. Young Dewey Martin Robert Nichols William Self Eduard… …   Wikipedia

  • The London Rock and Roll Show — was a concert held at Wembley Stadium in London, England on August 5, 1972. It was the first ever concert held at the stadium.From the late 1960s to the early 1970s, many rock and roll performers from the 1950s experienced major career revivals… …   Wikipedia

  • upswing — up|swing [ˈʌpswıŋ] n an improvement or increase in the level of something upswing in/of ▪ an upswing in economic growth …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • upswing — noun (C) an improvement or increase in the level of something: an upswing in the economy …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • upswing — noun a) an upward swing Newspapers reported an upswing in the companys sales last month. b) an upward trend or an increase in activity Ant: downswing …   Wiktionary

  • The Catholic University of America — infobox University name= The Catholic University of America motto= Deus Lux Mea Est mottoeng= God Is My Light endowment= $193,272,216 president= The Very Rev. David M. O Connell, C.M. chancellor= Archbishop Donald W. Wuerl established= 1887 type …   Wikipedia


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