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upturn

[′əp‚tərn]
(building construction)
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Non-oil private sector firms commonly linked the rise in new orders from abroad to an economic upturn in neighbouring countries.
If a jurisdiction's reserves are at minimum policy levels, an economic upturn is a great time to assess whether increasing the level of reserves available to stabilize service levels during economic fluctuations is a good option.
President and CEO at Dematic North America, John Baysore, said : 'Our acquisition of Upturn will allow Dematic to closely integrate and leverage the benefits of a streamlined maintenance-management tool with our material handling knowledge at a very affordable price.
An upturn in fortunes for the division comes after a decision not to scrap the Millets chain created a drag on the group's first-half profits.
After the very flat market since August 2007, one is naturally going to be cautious in predicting an upturn, but this is nevertheless encouraging news.
Sources traced the FY 2011 gain to an upturn in Japanese stocks and firmness in the government bond market.
The upturn came as the Bank of England froze interest rates at 0.
EXPORT orders and sales showed an unexpected upturn in the fourth quarter economic survey by St Helens Chamber of Commerce.
The Confederation of British Industry report also reveals that stores do not expect the upturn to last, with expectations for future trade the weakest since the end of the recession.
A TEESSIDE transport company has responded to an upturn in work by adding four new staff to its workforce.
Manufacturers around the region saw a sharp upturn in the domestic market and exports strengthened considerably, reversing the disappointing outcomes reported last quarter.
According to a new survey conducted by global supply chain management consultancy PRTM, senior management is bullish about economic recovery, but their global operations are not prepared to meet a significant upturn in demand.