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stagnation

[stag′nā·shən]
(hydrology)
The condition of a body of water unstirred by a current or wave.
The condition of a glacier that has stopped flowing.
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In Peru and Colombia, sales have stagnated and their recovery remains uncertain.
Looking ahead to Tuesday, Eurostat has already estimated that Euro-zone inflation stagnated during the month of May, but traders should still keep an eye on the final reading of this report.
While our wages stagnated, the cost of living rose by 12 percent.
Summary: The British pound ended last week down more than 2 percent as UK GDP unexpectedly stagnated during Q2 and led the annualized rate of growth to slow to.
Since 1991, the growth in family income has stagnated, falling far below increases recorded during any four-year period of economic growth since 1960.
In the past 12 months our business has not stagnated and has not receded.
Prescription sales of both the nation's four nicotine patches and Nicorette have stagnated in recent years as the withdrawal symptoms held smokers' success in quitting to about 20 percent.