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Buoyant

Describing a market where prices are trending upward, especially when they are doing so gradually.

buoyant

Of or relating to a market in which prices have a tendency to move upward.
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Agency for International Development's regional environment office, said the United States is considering to work with Thailand in placing two buoys in the Indian Ocean, preferably in places where they will be beneficial not only to Thailand but to all countries in the area.
He was very lucky to land on the Breaksea Light Ship, which is a big buoy.
With SAIC's support, NDBC is currently transitioning the Tropical Atmosphere Ocean array of 55 moored buoys from OAR.
The jury took four hours to clear Mr Buoy, of St Albans, Herts.
Manufacturing and repairing steel buoys is the nucleus of our business, but we also build floats, pontoons and small, non-powered barges," says Bob Slate, marketing director.
If I find a nice, dirty buoy and rope with a lot of weed growth, I might even stop and fish that with a splitshot on my line to sink it down there," he says.
However, those are much further from the Sumatran coastline than the Indonesia-operated buoys.
It is understood the buoy will be refloated and put back in its usual position over the next few days.
To celebrate Buoy's entrance into the world of innovative office furnishings, Mayhew is going to give away two Buoy chairs.
The public auction of the leasehold interest of the Buoy House, Holy Island, and all its assets will take place on the beach outside the premises on Holy Island.
Canadian company Finavera Renewables suffered a devastating blow two years ago when its $2 million, 35-ton energy buoy sank off Newport.
Deep Down in Channelview, TX will fabricate the steel hardware and assemble the buoys while Flotation Technologies Inc.