barometer


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Here he says that the centre of them things bears eight points off the wind; but we haven't got any wind, for all the barometer falling.
The lamp wriggled in its gimbals, the barometer swung in circles, the table altered its slant every moment; a pair of limp sea-boots with collapsed tops went sliding past the couch.
The stick barometer is the earliest type of barometer seen, devised initially for use aboard ships.
The barometer includes four components: production, equity prices, product prices, and inventories and other indicators.
The Tourism Barometer provides 'snapshots' of industry performance and assesses business confidence throughout the year.
For the first time this year, the Barometer oversampled veteran business owners to get a pulse of this influential group.
The Welsh Business Barometer for the third quarter (Q3) of 2017 (July-September) shows improving growth in both UK and export markets, with an increased number of recorded sales and orders.
The PSEi was weighed down most by EDC - the day's most actively traded stock - which fell by 20 percent on news that it will be removed from the local stock barometer due to the much-expected reduction in its public float following a tender offer made by a new investor group.
The Barometer, based on a monthly survey of 400 agricultural producers
Lloyds Bank, part of the British government backed Lloyds Banking Group, on Tuesday reported that the Lloyds Bank Business Confidence Barometer has shown that UK business confidence remained steady in June.
Google created the Consumer Barometer to provide people with the latest consumer insights in a fast changing digital landscape.
3% over this time last year, and the barometer remains at its highest level since January 2008.
The family name remains wellknown in Wooler and when Hamish Dunn, owner of a local antique shop opposite where the Maule family's premises used to be, learned that a nearby antique dealer had chanced upon a barometer which bore an engraved plate reading "I.
The Barometer "is a comprehensive survey and research report that is a major thought leadership contribution to understanding the current asset management industry in the MENA region," the statement said.
The barometer is most often used to predict weather because it allows meteorologists to see high and low air pressure recorded by the instrument.