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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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In poems like "Ars Poetica #789," "Hip Logic," "The Things-No-One-Knows Blues," and the crushingly tender and buoyantly surprising "Gospel of the Two Sisters," something human has made it through under the radar screen of multicultural US marketing.
The assorted gases would continue to rise buoyantly in the crust, permeating available porosity.
You have seen how alive, how buoyantly so, the little ones are while exploring.
WHEN CHENJERAL HOVE's first collection of poetry appeared in 1982, newly independent Zimbabwe was deeply wounded and buoyantly optimistic.
The CEOs of Hewlett-Packard (HP) and Compaq were buoyantly unveiling the largest takeover in the history of the computer industry.
If the volume of magma becomes sufficiently large, it will rise buoyantly along fractures.
Topography is generated as a result of the crust that is caught between the two colliding plates being squeezed upwards, causing the crust to thicken and rise buoyantly.
Today one may find ridiculous the tale's overdriven depiction of galvanic factory workers striding buoyantly out into the New Dawn to build a collectivized Utopia, but one can hardly overlook the compassion evoked for a silent, ethereal woman who is casually picked up and then thrown carelessly aside like a piece of merchandise by unfeeling people.
Sainsbury assistant managing director Sara Weller said the 185-store chain had performed very buoyantly over the last 12 months.
But he was on a "battlefield high" she says, buoyantly talking that night about technical details of the photos with a colleague.
Yet there is something sad about de Andrade's reticence, as if this decorousness doesn't sit well with an imagination so buoyantly pagan as his.