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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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For those grappling with sizeable debt, the threat of rising interest rates is a wake up call to begin an aggressive repayment schedule.
The joint product development with FileLink is part of Rising Edge Technologies on-going efforts in working with vendors to utilize optical libraries in applications beyond traditional hierarchical storage.
When Kennedy said that a rising tide lifts all boats, a lack of formal education was no obstacle to a good job.
In sum, the computer-revolution explanation of rising inequality offers no coherent account of the precise mechanism whereby tools and education interact to produce higher productivities in the information age.
However, the growing tightness in labor markets in many parts of the country was being accompanied by some signs of rising pressures on labor compensation, including the use of special bonuses and other innovative compensation initiatives that are not included in the usual statistical measures of labor costs.
Deregulation of the trucking industry and the resulting increase in competition have made it difficult for firms to raise their rates to meet rising fuel costs.
Rising house prices have helped to produce current account deficits in the United States, Britain, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa.
Changes taking place at the fundamental level forced latex prices to undergo a process of adjustment, marking 2004 as the end of a short lived era of high and rising prices.
It is not surprising that prices are rising at a faster rate than in the recent past.
Contributing factors: Suppliers say these increases are necessary because of exceptionally high demand for PP and their need to restore operating margins to acceptable levels due to rapidly rising feedstock, energy, and other costs.
Nonetheless, the members remained concerned about the risks of rising inflation, especially if somewhat-faster-than-projected growth in economic activity were to occur and add to pressures on resources in an economy that already seemed to be operating close to, or perhaps even above, its sustainable potential.
Oceanographers know from tide gauge records around the world that the ocean surface has been rising 1 to 2 millimeters a year over the last century.