Filipino fighters Carlo Paalam and Eumir Felix Marcial breathed life into the Philippines' flat-lining
medal bid in boxing in the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Euro$ interest rate futures are mostly flat-lining
after the little initial hiccup higher earlier with opening drop in yields.
A popular figure at the Stadium of Light, he tried to re-engage supporters who felt let down by Short's management and the club's flat-lining
in industrial productivity since the financial crisis matters because manufacturing contributes significantly to the overall productive performance of the whole economy.
That all of a sudden stopped and started flat-lining
. And bill pay -- the percentage of members using bill pay is basically the same as it was two or three years ago."
SIX years of austerity, six years of flat-lining
economy, six years of failure - George Osborne's prescription for the British economy was binned as a waste of time yesterday.
The Chemical Business Association's (CBA) Supply Chain Trends Survey for October 2015, reports a general slowdown in activity levels with order books weakening, sales flat-lining
and margins worsening.
economy in the euro zone was hit again on Monday when data showed German business sentiment sagged for the fourth consecutive month, while a row over the lack of growth in France led to the resignation of the French government, Reuters reported on the same day.
Shedding no Tears for Google Plus Google Plus looks like it might be flat-lining
and this blogger couldn't be happier.
The reality is his party is flat-lining
in the polls, they've lost all credibility with U-turns on student tuition fees and can't even retain their deposits at by-elections.
Catherine McKinnell, Labour's Shadow Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury, said: "After three damaging years of flat-lining
, the cost-of-living crisis continues as prices are still rising much faster than wages.
Output grew at its fastest clip since March 2012 after nearly flat-lining
The economy is flat-lining
, unemployment rising and wages sinking like a stone."
But the better-than-expected growth in gross domestic product (GDP) did little to ease fears that the economy is flat-lining
, with economists warning the bounce back was relatively "feeble" given the drop at the end of last year.