downward-sloping


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sloping down rather steeply

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This study confirmed the findings of the earlier study, showing strong matching patterns, some downward-sloping demand curves, and a tendency toward maximization with the prediction of repertoire buying once again supported.
Based on the Countryman model, the Paceman has a stretched side pro-file with long doors, muscular flared wheel arches, integrated rear spoiler, horizontally arranged rear lights and a downward-sloping roofline.
Based on the Countryman model, the Paceman has a stretched side profile with long doors, muscular flared wheel arches, integrated rear spoiler, horizontally arranged rear lights and a downward-sloping roofline.
Oil in New York has technical resistance around $90 a barrel, along a downward-sloping trend line on the daily chart going back three months, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
Aoun exclaimed whereby he hoped the rest of the public opinion would change their minds especially following the Wikileakes' submissions of media information and the downward-sloping national principles.
London, May 12 (ANI): A mathematician at Meiji Institute in Kawasaki, Japan, has won the world's best visual illusion award for making downward-sloping ramps appear to run uphill.
Alternatively, in the case of complements, the model generates downward-sloping reaction functions.
The MSCI World Stock index now stands squarely at resistance marked by the top of a downward-sloping channel that has contained prices since October and showing an Inverted Hammer candlestick, hinting a the possibility of a bearish reversal in the days ahead: Meanwhile, the US Dollar Index (an average of the greenback's value against six top currencies) has put in a Shooting Star bullish reversal candlestick formation on a test of support at a rising trend line also dates back to October: Barring a breakout marked by a daily close above the relevant support and resistance levels, the risk-aversion dynamic favoring lower stock markets and a stronger US Dollar remain intact.
Here, we ask whether status quo bias can be made consistent with downward-sloping demand curves.
We present an analytical survey of the explanations--price pressure, downward-sloping demand curves, improved liquidity, improved operating performance, and increased investor awareness--for the increase in stock value associated with inclusion in the S&P 500 Index.
1) Allowing price to vary along a downward-sloping demand curve represents a huge improvement over fixed-price models.
Unlike a perfectly competitive firm, which faces a horizontal demand curve and takes the price for its product as given, an imperfectly competitive producer faces a downward-sloping demand curve, as in Figure 1.
The sunny platform, which overlooks a colorful downward-sloping garden, is enclosed by a series of panels--two 5-by 10-foot panels on each side and two 10-foot square panels on the long wall--some of which hang off barn-door tracks, enabling them to slide open.
Pure-tone audiometry revealed a mixed hearing loss on the left (air-bone gap: [greater than]20 dB) and a downward-sloping sensorineural hearing loss on the right (figure 1).
If, however, reserves are also useful for facilitating transactions between banks, then the demand curve will be downward-sloping as a function of the overnight rate.