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Rise

To increase in price, especially for a security. If a stock's price is $10 per share at the start of the trading day and $15 at the end, the stock is said to have risen.
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Forestry products rose $70 million (18 percent) to $460 million, led by a rise in untreated logs to China (up $54 million).
SNP MPs gave a group response against the pay rise, with Moray MP Angus Robertson saying: "Our group of MPs would not accept the 11 per cent pay rise.
The energy supply's failure to increase will slow or stop economic growth unless energy prices rise by an amount sufficient to offset the demand growth for oil.
Even if future emissions were limited to current levels, greenhouse gases would continue to rise and pose ongoing threats, he says.
The Rand researchers predicted the higher disability rates could lead to a 10% to 25% rise in the nursing home population.
This will serve to lure buyers back to their stocks in lieu of guaranteed rises and splits.
Chelsea2001-2002 pounds 1,415 2002-2003 pounds 1,415 Price rise 0% Everton2001-2002 pounds 410 2002-2003 pounds 407 Price rise -0.7%
As I pointed out earlier, demand has been depressed by the rise in energy prices as well as by the needed slowing in the pace of accumulation of business capital and consumer durable assets.
Perhaps it would be more accurate to say that Christian faith believes that we will rise as persons just as Jesus Christ rose from the dead.
Which year saw the smallest gap between the rise in the cost of living and the rise in in-state public-college tuition and fees?
In the June ANTIQUITY, the researchers combine their evidence to estimate how rates of sea level rise have changed over time.
Large stores (those larger than 80,000 square feet) saw same-store sales rise 12.3 percent in May.