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Buoyant

Describing a market where prices are trending upward, especially when they are doing so gradually.

buoyant

Of or relating to a market in which prices have a tendency to move upward.
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Before venturing into the sea it would have been better to have gone to a swimming pool to learn about buoyancy, inflating and deflating.
This additional heating adds 30-80[degrees] Kelvin to the mantle temperature there and may play an important role in powering the buoyancy at this location.
If buoyancy could be applied to languages, wouldn't French be among the most likely to float off the tongue?
The only "authorized for Navy use" (ANU) buoyancy compensator affected by this recall is the IDI "Advantage" (Affected date codes are October 2000 through June 2001).
The buoyancy of the belt keeps your feet off the bottom surface and allows you to move your arms and legs in a close simulation of land running movements.
AUSTRALIA'S dual Olympic swimming champion Kieren Perkins said last night that the newest bodysuits gave swimmers an unfair advantage because they provided extra buoyancy.
261) After an exceptionally insightful discussion of the patronage dynamics surrounding the Medicean stars and the Starry Messenger, Biagioli proceeds to an equally insightful analysis of the dynamics surrounding the dispute over buoyancy (conceived as "science at a cleared table," that is, "the lunchtime dispute on buoyancy at the table of the grand duke"), and, still later, the controversy over comets and the significance of the Assayer.
The present study instead of exploring the determinants of tax to GDP ratio attempts to explore the determinants of buoyancy of the taxes i.
Many physical therapists recommend exercise in a cool swimming pool because the water's coolness and buoyancy make movement easier.
company (OTCBB: DPDW) and a world leader in the engineering, design and manufacturing of deepwater buoyancy and polyurethane elastomer products, today announced the company has been named the 27th fastest growing, privately owned manufacturing company in the United States by Inc.
Buoyancy modules for drill risers used in exploration lines are currently made from syntactic foams using micro and macro-spheres.
ESS provides Bluefin Robotics, a world leader in Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) with syntactic buoyancy systems for their family of AUVs, including the 4 500 meter Artemis 21 used in the ongoing search for missing Malaysian Airline's Flight 370.