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Leak

Slang.

1. In stocks or other securities, to lose value slowly.

2. In bonds, to slowly increase in yield over the risk-free rate of return, which indicates gradually increasing risk.
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The market is ready, but not necessarily because of leak detection-it's the overall basket we discussed earlier.
YORKSHIRE Water is urging people to check buildings they own to guard against leaks.
PERSISTENT leaks or, even worse, intermittent but persistent leaks, can be difficult to resolve.
Leaks lie in the murkiest space within the intersections of democracy, state sovereignty and press freedom.
"Underground pipe leaks are very difficult to find, so we utilize the latest types of technology to facilitate network rehabilitation and ultimately boost our NRW reduction campaign," Maynilad president and chief executive officer Ramoncito Fernandez said.
Files containing designs of the upcoming flagship were stolen, and renders of the alleged device were leaked to the internet, prompting the tech giant to hastily unveil its upcoming device.
LeakTronics, located in Los Angeles, CA is the manufacturer and distributor of the industries highest graded professional leak detection equipment and offers kits for plumbers and pool service professionals too.
Hydraulic fluid leaks can cost your business time and money, and can have a negative impact on the environment.
And stopping the leak is only the first step in managing operations.
Substantial resources are often wasted on electricity used to power air compressors to "fill the leaks" throughout a facility.
* Warn neighbors that you have detected a gas leak.
"Once again, the global leak picture changed a lot, mainly due to the digitalisation of economic, political, social, and other sectors of life," said Sergey Khayruk, an analyst at InfoWatch Group.