downwardly


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Synonyms for downwardly

spatially or metaphorically from a higher to a lower level or position

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We have downwardly revised our fiscal deficit forecast to 7.
Goods-producing employment rose by 23,000 jobs in December, well up from a downwardly revised -2,000 the previous month.
Forecast in US dollar terms downwardly revised, following a dip in sales in Q113 as Microsoft Windows 8 based tablets and notebooks failed to provide the hoped-for boost.
2pc in the first three months this year, the highest rate in a year, from a downwardly revised 2.
2 percent in the first three months of 2013, the highest rate in a year, from a downwardly revised 2.
earlier after the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the economy added a net 146,000 nonfarm payrolls in November, up from a downwardly revised 138,000 increase during the previous month.
Concerns have also been revived over the eurozone after the European Commission downwardly revised the region's growth outlook for the next year.
Indonesia has downwardly revised its current year target for its textiles and garment exports to US$ 13 billion from the earlier US$ 13.
Noda's remarks come as Japan's economic growth in the three months through June was downwardly revised to an annualized 0.
Instead, it provocatively features a fictive, downwardly mobile citizen trying to get hard answers from real-life candidates regarding what they'll do in office to help needy supporters like herself.
Payrolls company ADP said that private-sector employment rose by 163,000 in July, slowing from a downwardly revised June gain of 172,000 but well above analyst forecasts.
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) is expected to announce its downwardly revised estimates for both economic growth and inflation in a quarterly report on Friday.
3%, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said, downwardly revised from previous estimates of 0.
3 per cent, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said, downwardly revised from previous estimates of 0.
5% expansion in the previous quarter, downwardly revised from 2.