V-Shaped Recovery

V-Shaped Recovery

A situation in which an economy enters a steep recession but quickly and strongly recovers. A V-shaped recovery may be bullish and lead to GDP growth and job creation, but it may be risky because of the possibility that another steep decline could occur. See also: W-type bottom, V-Bottom, W-shaped recovery.
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TOKYO, Jan 30, 2018 - (JCN Newswire) - Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) today announced that it has maintained the momentum behind its V-shaped recovery, with a 10% increase in retail sales volumes in calendar 2017(1).
But I think this is part of the process of the market trying to find a bottom, and it not going to be V-shaped recovery," Manibhandu said.
Many investors seek to find parallels between Cyprus and Ireland, trying to convince themselves that the V-shaped recovery of the Cyprus economy and of the real estate market are fast approaching.
Infl ation is now nearly half its recent highs and the completion rate of projects has registered a V-shaped recovery in recent times.
12) In Table 2 we find that both the AIC and SIC select the model with a V-shaped recovery.
But wealthy people are hesitant to invest as they are concerned that the economic recovery may drag on and become U-shaped instead of the V-shaped recovery expected earlier, while the poor don't have much money to spend or access to funding.
ClickPress, Tue Apr 29 2014] V-Shaped Recovery Taking Shape In Estonia
0% in the coming quarters, contrary to the mainstream view of a V-shaped recovery.
By the same token, the evidence is not pointing to a V-shaped recovery.
We decided to upgrade the economic assessment" as Japan's economy is "on a V-shaped recovery path," economic and fiscal policy minister Akira Amari said at a press conference following the release of the report.
But as we all know, falling prices are only bad for sellers, for buyers they present an opportunity, and if you can get in just as a market bottoms or slightly before, you can be in for some good gains, especially if a market has a v-shaped recovery.
We never expected to see a V-shaped recovery but we do see the market bottoming out, particularly in Dublin.