Rising Market

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Rising Market

An exchange or sector that is generally increasing in price. For example, if an index starts at 10,000 in January and ends at 13,000 in December, it may be said to be a rising market over the course of that year.
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But we are absolute masters of the situation, and we are fair enough to buy Ward Valley on a rising market.
As per the senior official, the capable industries for Thai business operators in the rising markets covers agriculture, processed food, seafood, fisheries, textile and garment.
There has been no sign of a concerted advertising slowdown in rising markets, despite concerns over their short-term economic prospects.
The firm's massive derivative bets also benefited from rising markets.
Unless I'm wrong, I don't see any rising markets in this country.
Sixth, property prices in these rising markets are still very competitive.
During last week markets around the world fell, mainly on the back of fears of an impending credit crunch, removing the impetus behind the merger and acquisition activity that has been one of the key drivers of rising markets over recent months.
A new accountancy qualification is being launched to help meet the challenges of rising markets in China and Eastern Europe.
Media groups, a sector which traditionally gains in rising markets,also made headway, led by pay TV group BSkyB as a key board meeting took place to appoint a new chief executive.
The study, by Prof Simon Keane of Glasgow University, contradicts the traditional view that `tracker', or index funds do better in rising markets but less well in falling markets.