The energy price rise
related to the energy supply curve's inelasticity poses a serious problem for economic policymakers, particularly the Federal Reserve Board.
As the waters and the pressures rise
it remains to be seen whether the world's island nations will sink or swim.
Leeds2001-2002 pounds 524 2002-2003 pounds 550 Price rise
Because this average pace is below the rise
in the economy's potential, they see the unemployment rate increasing to about 4 1/2 percent by the fourth quarter of this year.
When interest income rises
as a share of national income the rich get richer.
During this period, which includes the Civil War and the rise
in prices that almost always follows wars, the inflation rate fell.
The CPI rose 2.7% through the year to the December quarter 2013, following a rise
of 2.2% through the year to the September quarter 2013.
2 : upward movement <the rise
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Load factor climbed 4.5 points to 79.8% and passenger revenues increased 16.7% to [euro]1.04 billion on a 3.8% rise
in yield to 7.73 cents.
Short-term rates have moved dramatically upward, but the rise
in longer-term rates has been slower, resulting in a flat yield curve.
dollar has rallied during 2005 because the housing boom is encouraging a large rise
World NR output is expected to rise
by 4.8% in 2005 before slowing to 1.6% in 2006.
ITEM: In her published release on May 24, 2004, Associated Press Writer Jeannine Aversa offered: "In its latest economic outlook, the National Association for Business Economics estimated that inflation, as measured by the Consumer Price Index, will rise
by 2.5 percent in 2004." She then attributed the overall rise
in prices to increased costs for energy and steel.
Economic activity is on the rise
, but plastics resin prices appear to be rising even faster.
And single parent families are expected to rise
by almost 50,000 to 194,000.