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uplift

the process or result of land being raised to a higher level, as during a period of mountain building

uplift

1. The upward pressure on a structure due to the pressure of the water below.
2. The pressure acting on a material that tends to lift it off its supports or fasteners as a result of an external force (for example, wind) acting on it.
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"Council tax has went up this year and now people are being hit with this uplift charge.
"To save the cost of either a special uplift or hiring a van, financial constraints could force some people to look at extreme measures for disposing of their unwanted items."
This is based on an unchanged IDR uplift of two notches, an unchanged PCU of six notches and a recovery uplift of two notches.
This motivates us to study precision that can be obtained determining the postglacial land uplift rate at an arbitrary point within the Fennoscandian area, because we will want to use the already known uplift rates to project geodetic heights forward in time.
The 'AAA' rating of CIBC's structured covered bonds is based on CIBC's long-term IDR of 'AA-', an IDR uplift of two notches (revised from zero), an unchanged PCU of five notches and a recovery uplift of one notch.
The breakeven APs correspond to a 'A+' tested rating on a PD basis and a two-notch recovery uplift. The programmes are rated at Italy's Country Ceiling of 'AA', which caps the ratings for BPS and Desio, and the Stable Outlook is driven by the significant buffer against a downgrade of the banks' Long-Term IDRs due to the different uplift factors and reflects that on Italy's IDR and on the banks' IDRs.
The 'AAA' rating of BNS's covered bonds is based on BNS's long-term IDR of 'AA-', an IDR uplift of two notches (revised from zero), an unchanged PCU of six notches and a recovery uplift of one notch.
This is based on an unchanged IDR uplift of two notches, an unchanged PCU of zero notches and an unchanged recovery uplift of three notches.
The breakeven OC for the rating corresponds to a 'BB+' tested rating on a probability of default (PD) basis and a three-notch recovery uplift and reflects the reduced 6.8% 'BBB+' credit loss (from 13.7%), resulting from the implementation of our European RMBS Rating Criteria.
The IDR uplift assigned is at zero notches, which is the same as other Australian covered bond programmes rated by Fitch.
The two-notch recovery uplift is based on the expectation that the inaugural covered bond issue will be Australian dollar-denominated, the same currency as the cover pool's residential mortgage loans, and that the OC that Fitch relies upon sufficiently covers the credit loss in a 'AAA' stress scenario.
The recovery uplift for this programme is capped at one notch due to the presence of significant pre-swap FX mismatches between cover assets and liabilities.