Inflection Point

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Inflection Point

In technical analysis, a high or a low on a chart that comes immediately before a market movement in the opposite direction.
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Moody's believes that Dubai's real estate market has reached an inflexion point, with real estate prices stabilising in the second half of 2014 after a strong performance since the beginning of 2012.
For asset managers, the inflexion point when market rents plateau often is accompanied by a pivot into ancillary revenue opportunities.
We are now at the inflexion point in our business," P2i's CEO Carl Francis said during a visit to Singapore to meet potential investors.
The Spanish government and key international organisations such as the IMF disagree on how deep the Spanish economic crisis is and how long it will take Spain to get out of it, however, they agree on pointing out that 2014 is expected to be the inflexion point and that although weak, Spanish GDP will record a positive growth rate in that year.
Morgan Stanley report says the election results could be an inflexion point for India's story and the country's GDP is likely to accelerate to 6.
Pakistan is at inflexion point while the talks with Taliban are taking centre stage in political arena.
With rising prices of conventional power, we believe we are very close to the inflexion point for mass adoption of solar power," Waskow said.
Data is playing an ever larger role in helping managers, executives, and business professionals make informed business decisions, and analytics is at an inflexion point.
The X value where the slope changes is called the inflexion point.
Entrepreneurship in Asia has reached an inflexion point, and as a result Red Herring Asia 2013, has shifted into a new phase," said Alex Vieux, publisher and CEO of Red Herring.
He also pointed out that terrorism in the region spiked when the former USSR withdrew from Afghanistan and that the United States is withdrawing from the region is another inflexion point.
The China Life Insurance Outlook report presented by Moody's said that the sector was reaching an inflexion point in its development and if insurers were able to successfully manage the change the longer term profile would be healthy.