mixed current

mixed current

[′mikst ′kə·rənt]
(oceanography)
A type of tidal current characterized by a conspicuous difference in speed between the two flood currents or two ebb currents usually occurring each tidal day.
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Guetta also mixed current chart-topping songs, proving he's equally brilliant at handling his own music as well as that of other artists.
Opening the set to mass applause with their new album title track, Fear Of A Blank Planet, a dark look at modern-day British youth, they carefully mixed current material, including the stunning My Ashes and the epic Anethetize, with old favourites like Gravity Eyelids and Lightbulb Sun.
Combining the recent positive industry news and mixed current economic outlooks, builders remain cautiously optimistic and expect another tough year.
stock prices, but seesawed through most of the day on a mixed current of buying and selling incentives.
It traded on a mixed current of buying from players citing comments by Japanese authorities who warned against a stronger yen and selling on the upper side from those worried about Middle East tension and fluctuating U.
In New York, the dollar was stuck in a narrow range against the yen on a mixed current amid a lack of fresh incentives, dealers said, adding that players unloaded the Japanese currency on falling Tokyo stock prices while dollars were sold on concerns over a U.
In New York on Thursday, the dollar moved in a tight range on mixed currents of yen-buying on speculation that the difference in interest rates between the United States and Japan may narrow and buybacks of the U.
Investors reacted favorably to the CPI data, and stocks expanded their recent gains, but shares fluctuated in a narrow range in the afternoon amid mixed currents of profit-taking and dip-buying.
The mixed currents of selling of the dollar for the yen by Japanese exporters and buying by importers also contributed to the U.
However, the Tokyo market came under mixed currents of selling and buying as investors were wary of Japanese monetary authorities' possible yen-selling market intervention, traders said.
In New York on Tuesday, the dollar was buffeted by mixed currents of selling and buying ahead of the release of U.