buoyant


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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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At Longchamp that day she finished ahead of today's rivals Reverie Solitaire, Australie, Anabaa Republic and Buoyant, who didn't have much luck in the running.
He points to Ireland's demonstration that, in a buoyant economy with low interest rates, strong growth rates don't inevitably lead to a crash.
This trend over the last few years is providing optimism that 2003 will enjoy buoyant trade.
When you consider the soaring house prices, this clearly demonstrates a buoyant market for investors who are taking a properly cautious attitude to their investment,' said ARLA chairman John Crossley.
Inherently buoyant PFDs of this type will turn some unconscious wearers face-up in the water, but the turning is not as pronounced as with Type I.
The world economy, while not nearly as buoyant on average as the New Zealand economy, appears to be continuing a gradual recovery, Brash added.
Demand conditions in our core markets are buoyant and are expected to remain so for the foreseeable future.
ONE of Coventry's most unusual meeting venues is set for a buoyant future after undergoing a pounds 20,000 refurbishment.
All 350 Legacy Nova Villas sold out just a few hours after we opened our doors for business; yet more evidence of Dubai's buoyant real estate market, and of investor and contractor confidence in Nakheel and its projects," a Nakheel spokesman said.
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In a region-by-region analysis, he said things are reasonably buoyant in British Columbia, quite buoyant in Alberta, difficult in the Prairies and promising in the Maritimes, if there is a resolution of problems in the fisheries industry.