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.
large-cap equities using a managed risk strategy seeking to limit losses and capture the upside in rising markets.
The project would cope with the rising demand for Internet access in the two areas, which are strategically rising markets for Chinese telecom operators.
However, in the short term, rising markets are driving the trend," he says.
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.
This future-oriented investment in Bangladesh helps the AMANN GROUP to develop one of the most potential and rising markets for textile industry and further expands its presence in the growth markets of Asia.
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.
A new accountancy qualification is being launched to help meet the challenges of rising markets in China and Eastern Europe.
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.