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Rise

To increase in price, especially for a security. If a stock's price is $10 per share at the start of the trading day and $15 at the end, the stock is said to have risen.
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After having risen somewhat in other recent months, the utilization of total manufacturing capacity was up appreciably in August, reaching its highest level since the spring of 1995.
Market interest rates generally have declined somewhat since the day before the Committee meeting on May 20, 1997; share prices in equity markets have risen considerably further.
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The total debt of the other sectors has risen at a roughly constant pace over the past few years, even though the growth rate of nominal output has been increasing.
In addition, the percentage of households telling the Conference Board that jobs are plentiful has risen sharply of late, which suggests that workers may be growing more confident about the job situation.
Short-term market interest rates have registered mixed changes since the Committee meeting on November 13, 1996, while long-term yields have risen slightly.
Business inventories, most notably in the automotive industry, had been brought into better alignment with sales, and industrial production and employment had risen appreciably.
Over the past twelve months, the consumer price index excluding food and energy items has risen 2 3/4 percent--near the lower end of the narrow range that has prevailed since early 1994.
The strength in durables and the weakness in nondurables continue their patterns of the past year or more; the output of durables has risen 6.8 percent since June 1995, and the production of nondurables has declined 0.6 percent over the same period.
Utilization in coal mining, which had risen 5 percentage points in March, fell 4 percentage points, to 82.2 percent.
After increasing at elevated rates in the early part of the year, consumer and producer prices had risen more slowly in recent months.