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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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He said: "The level of activity in the market, including the number of mortgages, the scale of borrowing, the number of house completions and the flow of stamp duty, remains extremely buoyant, pointing to 2004 as yet another record year for housing.
Tiger Tiger's buoyant update mirrors that given by Newcastle-based bar and nightclub group, Ultimate Leisure, last week.
The Kapok life jacket has also been replaced with the new Sterns inherently buoyant life jacket.
And that meant that overall, Tate was on track to post a buoyant set of figures for for the six months to September 30.
As Pack emphasised, the profit rebound was due to unexpectedly buoyant final quarter trading.
Fonseca possesses an authoritative visual vocabulary of buoyant geometrical forms, but his resolutely formal manipulations keep them tightly reined and break little new pictorial ground.
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Mortgage lending is also expected to be more buoyant than it had forecast, with lenders advancing a total of pounds 310billion during 2006, nine per cent more than previously thought.
NY The runaway success of City Center's Fall for Dance Festival has triggered a buoyant buzz about the state of dance.
CAPTAIN Patrick Vieira last night promised he will help lift his players after the hurt of losing the FA Cup and ensure they are ready to face Claudio Ranieri's buoyant Chelsea in the Champions League tomorrow.
The superior deal making skills of our team are enabling our clients to benefit from an investment sales market that has been and continues to be extremely buoyant.
This is largely due to the combination of the buoyant residential housing market and the lack of quality freeholds available to the private buyer.