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upswing

Economics a recovery period in the trade cycle
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Biotech stocks have mirrored these gains and both biotech indices show signs that the sector is in the middle of an upswing that Nadine Wong and her team expect to continue for the remainder of the year.
While the survey suggests that the City is on an upswing, survey respondents also identified key areas in need of improvement.
Further, the current upswing in sales in the Downtown market, combined with the significantly reduced supply of office space Downtown, has had a positive effect on remaining office properties.
Since lung cancer incidence has until recently been on the upswing and has a high mortality rate, it masks progress in other cancers, Greenwald says.
During the first half of 2006 there was a noticeable upswing in activity focused on the development of MEMS (MicroElectroMechanical Systems) and Nanotechnology-based solutions for the care and management of Diabetes, according to Bourne Research (http://www.
Though the great majority of drivers still ride solo, a small but steady upswing are swapping wheels for public transit as trains, faster buses and other options emerge, winning attention in a region long smitten with the auto.
The upswing is occurring within a selective range of locations, sizes and prices.
The price upswing is not unexpected,'' said Auto Club spokesman Jeff Spring.
Usually, both short- and long-term interest rates bottom out during the first year of a business upswing, and rise thereafter.
The demand has been created by a strong upswing in minerals markets and a corresponding surge in global mineral exploration activity.
Despite last year's upswing, serious crime remained about 34 percent lower in Lancaster and 22 percent lower in Palmdale than at the local crime peak in 1997, records show.