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Level

Used in the context of general equities. Price measure of an indication.
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The moment you begin to see incremental improvement taper, you can suspect leveling off. "A business must be vigilant to measure all of its key performance indicators to identify trends," Moll says.
''Exports are leveling off,'' while ''production is still picking up slowly,'' it said.
So, the strategy for the Red Sox is to absorb a large chunk of Crawford's total salary in 2012 before leveling off in the rest of the contract life while the Werth deal is a steady climb before more or less leveling off beginning in 2014.
However, the Index also points to a slight leveling off in construction of ethanol plants during Q2 2007 - the first time since the Index began tracking these numbers.
We're in a good market, and one that is leveling off.
The ranks of the uninsured appear to be leveling off, according to a survey conducted by the CDC's National Center for Health Statistics.
In general, the ranks of the uninsured appear to be leveling off. In 2004, 42 million Americans of all ages were without health insurance, about the same level as in 1997, the first year this survey began tracking these statistics.
The ranks of the uninsured appear to be leveling off, according to a survey conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center for Health Statistics.