tapering off

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gradually decreasing until little remains

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Bernanke said at the House of Representatives Financial Services Committee that reducing the bank's massive asset purchases is "by no means on a preset course" as they are dependent on economic developments but reiterated the stance that tapering off could begin later this year.
Both outlooks call for moderate job growth, with the strongest occurring this year then tapering off through 2007.
The hungry demand from China seems to be tapering off, as well.
From changing doses to tapering off completely, chapters provide a logical program, not just a caution, making it a practical guide for any interested in getting away from antidepressant use.
Those double-digit annual increases show no signs of tapering off any time soon.
Furthermore, for the past six months "refinancing has been tapering off," despite the still-available record low rates.