Rising Market

Rising Market

An exchange or sector that is generally increasing in price. For example, if an index starts at 10,000 in January and ends at 13,000 in December, it may be said to be a rising market over the course of that year.
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But we are absolute masters of the situation, and we are fair enough to buy Ward Valley on a rising market.
Historically, it has been a slower rising market at 2 to 3 percent per year.
The rising market helped the average 401(k) balance nearly double from a bear-market trough of $46,200 in March 2009, according to Fidelity.
We are well positioned to take advantage of the current rising market.
The rising market, however, doesn't represent a booming economy so much as it reflects the market adjusting to a collapsing rial.
The order reserve is high and the broker expects rising market value, driven by strong tendering activity and many upcoming big projects.
Canadian online education programmes developer Embanet and US university marketing and recruitment firm Compass Knowledge Group yesterday said they have merged in order to provide more competitive educational services to colleges and universities amid rising market demand for online learning.
August 20 2010 -- A market analyst has said the acquisition by Pacific Andes International of two Peruvian fishing companies in May this year will boost its expansion strategy in the Peruvian fishery and helps it keep pace with the rising market demand for fishmeal.
The September data shows a rising market with a monthly house price change of 0.
In a rising market, less value will be obtained in this way.
In order for converters to match this rising market trend, Italian machine manufacturer Delta has developed an innovative T-Shape Zero Trim system, which was presented at INDEX08 in Geneva and had very positive reactions.
Despite being in a rising market, couples who bought "affordable homes" face losing thousands of pounds if they sell up.