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Now there is an uptick
(maybe), the UK unemployment figures are starting to look bad.
Steve Albrecht, CPA, associate dean of accounting at Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, attributes the uptick
in college enrollments not only to the demands created by Sarbanes-Oxley but also to reduced competition for finance students following the burst of the dot-com bubble five years ago.
Industrial expansion should contribute to an uptick
in household consumption during the second half of 2004.
In addition to hardware manufacturers and software developers, storage consultants will benefit from this uptick
," said Roy, "because the expertise to put all the disparate solutions together is at a premium.
If the recent announcement of surging economic growth in the US is sustained, and the gradual improvement in international economies continues, we can look forward to a further uptick
in IT spending expectations.
During the third quarter of 2002, assisted living capitalization rates stabilized, while skilled nursing experienced a slight uptick
compared to the previous quarter.
He explains the uptick
in price on year-end maneuvering by some major suppliers that has nothing to do with the supply of or demand for scrap, but rather with the vagaries of the financial markets reacting to gossip about shortfalls.
in domestic consumption of volume thermoplastics--the first increase in nine months-proved to be a momentary blip.
The output of nondurables, which declined, on balance, over the previous six months, posted a modest uptick
in January, with small but widespread gains.
While health care inflation may have stabilized in 1996, there's some evidence that an uptick
in the inflation rate could be in store.
But, a 74% uptick
was registered between 1977 and 1982.