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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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The current population dynamics suggests that the drop in the number of children will more than offset the rise in the number of retirees.
With a smaller burden to support the dependent population, discretionary labor income and personal savings will rise.
Hence, it is likely that energy cost increases contributed significantly more to the deteriorating profitability of nonfinancial, non-energy corporations in the fourth quarter than is suggested by the energy-related rise in total unit costs alone.
Moreover, a significant part of the extra expense is sent overseas to foreign energy producers, whose demand for exports from the United States is unlikely to rise enough to compensate for the reduction in domestic spending, especially in the short run.
Housing construction and other interest-sensitive activity should be restrained to some degree by the rise in long-term interest rates over the past several months.
Most members of the FOMC expect the rise in the consumer price index over the four quarters of 1996 to be in the range of 3 percent to 3 1/4 percent, about 1/4 percentage point higher than they predicted last winter.
For all families, the median real home value for homeowners increased from $64,700 to $70,000, an 8 percent rise, whereas die mean increased from $87,500 to $107,400, a 23 percent rise (table 7).