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Level

Used in the context of general equities. Price measure of an indication.
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After this, the BPb concentration started to decline; 1 year after the accident, the BPb concentration had leveled off at about 29 [micro]g/dL (1.
Growth of M2 and M3 accelerated sharply in February, but M2 apparently leveled off or even declined slightly in March and M3 contracted somewhat.
Meanwhile, top-line growth in Financial Services, its largest division, has also leveled off over the past few years.
After more than a decade of steadily improving air quality, the trend has leveled off,'' said Barry Wallerstein, AQMD executive officer.
Vacancy rates have temporarily leveled off between 3 and 4% in all three Manhattan markets.
Temperatures rose quickly in the early third of this century, then leveled off from 1940 to 1975 before starting to climb steeply in the 1980s.
User satisfaction with federal e-government websites leveled off after nine months of steady improvement, according to the latest quarterly findings of the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI), which were co-sponsored by ForeSee Results.
WESTLAKE VILLAGE - The rate of growth of Internet usage by buyers shopping for a used car has leveled off, but those who use the medium for that purpose are spending more time online, according to a study released Thursday.
Together with a number of recent major leases that indicate a stemming of the outgoing corporate tide from New York and several rather dramatic events in Midtown South, the outlook for Midtown is bright, after a year in which activity leveled off.
In contrast, male deaths reached a similar peak in the week before birthdays and then immediately leveled off, the team reports in the September-October PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE.
The year 2003 had marked the first time restatement filings had leveled off after an upward trend over the past five years (2002 had 330 restatements, 2001 had 270, and 2000 had 233).