upper band

upper band

[′əp·ər ′band]
(meteorology)
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Pernia said that measures to curb inflation and cushion its impact on the poor are urgently needed as the price increase rate reached the upper band of the government's target.
Although the rate was within government projection, it was at the upper band of the range, which could suggest further rise in prices of goods during the year.
56 per share, within an upper band of the indicative offer price range.
Parts such as the forearm tip, upper band, and sights that might be needed to complete the project are available from S&S Firearms (SS-Firearms.
In addition, the company's board authorised an increase to the upper band of its dividend payout policy to 65% from 60%, for a new payout policy of 55% to 65%.
Place an upper band right side up on a flat work surface.
The Index may face resistance at 39,600, which is the upper trend line of the bullish channel and upper band of the Bollinger band.
Eight of 19 economists in a Reuters survey had forecast a 25 basis point cut in the upper band, while six expected a cut of 50 basis points.
After downconverting the upper band, both are sampled at 40 GHz.
The culmination of these fac- tors has presented a grim macro- economic outlook for the country and a potential spike in industry NPL ratio towards the upper band of the 5% regulatory limits.
Legislation submitted to the Greek parliament late on Wednesday increases the upper band of value-added tax (VAT) to 24 percent from 23 percent, adds tax on fuel and tobacco, and defines the process by which banks can sell non-performing loans, a bane for Greek banks.