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an upward movement or trend as in business activity

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The ongoing economic upturn alongside higher business investments underpinned the positive outlook.
During an upturn, when revenues are in good shape, governments have an opportunity to use all or a portion of revenues that exceed the sustainable baseline to increase reserves over minimum policy amounts, with the objective of stabilizing service levels the next time revenues fall below their sustainable baseline.
The extent to which there is a market upturn now, which would be good news for everyone, can probably only be judged better over the next two to three months when we can see whether the upturn in the capital value of commercial property investment transactions for the UK continues.
Uncertainty surrounding Europe will delay a significant upturn in growth until late in 2012.
The recruitment drive comes as Nicholson's revealed an upturn in its workload, which should see its freight quantities increase by 10% over the year.
Chambers' chair Mick Mayor said: "Manufacturing has seen a remarkable upturn in home markets and exports have strengthened considerably.
7% year-on-year, the highest growth in 35 years, thanks to vigorous upturn in domestic demand and export-related demand.
US online real estate matchmaking exchange The Upturn said today it has closed the buy of CitySide Tickets (PINK:CIST), which offers online purchase of event tickets.
Some 36 per cent of companies say the main benefit of being ready for the upturn is that their business will be well-placed to grow when the economy improves, while one-third state that laying the foundations now for a market bounceback is essential to their company's survival.
Some 36 per cent of companies say the main benefit of being ready for the upturn is that their business will be wellplaced to grow when the economy improves, while one-third state that laying the foundations now for a market bounce back is essential to their company's survival.
Domotex to complement regional upturn, predict organisers
Banks toughened up their credit conditions in the eurozone during the third quarter of the year, but an improvement is taking shape thanks to an upturn in the sector, according to a survey by the European Central Bank (ECB), made public on 28 October, on the eve of the European Council that will review measures to address the financial crisis (see page 4).
The research provides indisputable evidence that organisations are adopting a Lean IT strategy not only to get them through the current economic difficulties, but also as a catalyst for growth when the upturn arrives," says Kirsten Cox, Sr Principal Product Marketing, CA.
But companies that wait until the upturn is in full swing to adjust their staffing could find themselves at a disadvantage, according to executives at a London conference.
6 percent in 2007 from the previous year, the first upturn in two years, the Energy Department said Tuesday.