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Level

Used in the context of general equities. Price measure of an indication.
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While he expects leasing activity to decline marginally (year-to-date total leasing is at 20 million square feet, a slight decline from 2006), vacancy rates should level off or continue to drop slightly over the next few years.
In a document sent to the Commons education select committee, the Government said: "Gradual progress has been made in broadening the social mix of the student population, but progress has been slow and there are signs it may be starting to level off.
Following growth rates of 6-8% for butyl rubber over the past few years, Lanxess predicts that the global increase in demand will level off between 3-4% a year in the medium-term.
While the President called this a "temporary disruption" that would inevitably work its way through the system and force gas prices to level off at a more "reasonable" level, Katrina brought an underlying failure in the domestic auto industry to light: Detroit is unprepared.
Finally, overall investments in specific technologies are expected to level off or fall.
We also have some work in Red Lake too, with several companies, although activity is starting to level off now."