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upturn

[′əp‚tərn]
(building construction)
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Summary: The trend pattern suggest consolidation before an upturn
Summary: Tokyo [Japan], Apr 2 (ANI): Indian manufacturing sector experienced a slowdown in March with softer upturn in sales dragging output growth to a six-month low, Nikkei Asian Review said on Tuesday.
Between the Decembers of 2017 and 2018 local nonfarm employment rose by 3.6 percent (from 28,600 jobs to 29,640jobs), a 1,040-job upturn. Year over year, total nonfarm employment in Grant County has been rising now for the past twelve months (January through December 2018).
Euronext wheat futures ended flat on Wednesday as traders weighed up prospects for increased demand for west European supplies against limited evidence so far of an export upturn. March milling wheat, the most active contract on Paris-based Euronext, settled unchanged on the day at 205.75 euros ($234.33) a tonne.
But fresh extortion demands and killing of former MQM MNA Ali Raza Abadi has caused the unease and fear at the upturn of target killing in Karachi again.
Samuel Aivoji said that it is a plan by some cabals to upturn the result.
Growth is being supported by a number of factors, including robust consumer confidence, an upturn in the global investment cycle and growing international e-commerce.
Upturn Real Estate Development has launched the Upmood project for reservation.
Summary: After the upturn last August, the pace of tourism receipts slowed, especially during the last months of the year, as a result of the slow return of European tourists.
Mr Williamson said: "December saw a welcome upturn in service sector activity, highlighting the continued resilience of the economy as 2017 came to an end.
November data signalled a strong upturn in the Saudi non-oil private sector.