4 : to rise to a great height <Buildings soared
The corn yield in 2004 soared
far above the previous record level, settling at a national average of more than 160 bushels per acre.
But as the economy began to recover and bond yields soared
, speculation began to circulate about the possible exit strategies the BOJ might take when its stated goal of eradicating deflation was achieved and what benchmarks the BOJ would use in declaring victory over deflation.
Among the largest public categories, highway and street construction soared
Total market capitalization soared
by more than $490 billion, pushing the value of the group to over $2.
However, Cecil refutes this idea, noting that ferrous prices have soared
beyond the levels in the pre-Asian crisis levels of the 1980s, partly fueled by both a surging demand for scrap metal to China, but also because of continued declines in scrap exports from Eastern Europe.
The median price of a San Fernando Valley house soared
to a record $615,000 in March - a 17.
The country's ceramic sanitaryware exports have soared
an average 50% every year since 2001
com released a study Monday that found that lenders have increased their scrutiny of loans after the default risk soared
Capital Flows - Capital reversed course in 2004, as investment soared
in the U.
While the county's workers' compensation costs have soared
, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority watched its costs drop from $51 million last year to $48 million this year.
After a trading-range market in 1934, the Dow soared
In spite of the high appreciation of yen and soaring prices of raw materials, operating income soared
due to large decrease of pension cost by 20.
VAN NUYS - The median price of a single-family home in the San Fernando Valley soared
an annual 24 percent to $395,000 during October but it didn't cool the market as sales hit their highest level for that month in 15 years, a trade group said Thursday.
It shouldn't be surprising considering that the equity soared
more than 230 percent this year.