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(1) An upward turn in a security's price after a period of flat or falling prices (market bottom
). (2) The period during which a security's price trends upwards.
A situation in which a security
or stock market
increases in price
after a period of falling or flat prices. An upswing often refers to a short-term gain, but this is not always the case. See also: Bull market
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Despite last year's upswing
, serious crime remained about 34 percent lower in Lancaster and 22 percent lower in Palmdale than at the local crime peak in 1997, records show.
The Opportunity to Capture Market Upswings
- To help participants outpace inflation, Prudential IncomeFlexparticipants can take advantage of yearly performance gains, which are calculated on each participant's birthday.
This is one of the biggest upswings
in 10 years," said Karner, director of the rocket lab.