But will some lifechanging news put a dampener on
But an earlier rise in container prices which lifted values to their highest level in five years will continue to put a dampener on
SALES DAMPENER Falling food sales put a dampener on
the recovery in the wider retail sector last month as a soggy end to July left Britain's grocers under renewed pressure.
It was a shame the weather took a turn for the worse but the pouring rain didn't put a dampener on
the event and the organisers were determined to carry on.
FAMILIES feel so ripped off by airports and budget airlines that it can put a dampener on
their holiday before they even take off.
The Department of Finance in Canada instituted several changes in rules related to government backed insured mortgages, which appear to have put a dampener on
the home sales mortgage market in the country
But R&A chief executive Peter Dawson put a dampener on
those expectations ahead of today's first round of the 141st Open at Royal Lytham, revealing a lot of hard work and "a huge amount" of money still needs to be spent.
General manager Rafael Gonzalez said: "We have already seen a boom in Christmas party bookings this year which is fantastic and shows that people are not willing to let the recession put a dampener on
the festive season.
Uncertainty caused by the general election put a dampener on
the housing market during May with prices in England and Wales edging ahead by just 0.2 per cent, new research shows.
NWAS Director of Emergency Services, Derek Cartwright said: "We are not trying to put a dampener on
the festive season.
WHILE defeat to Australia may have put a dampener on
things, Jonathan Davies insists he has thoroughly enjoyed his first autumn campaign with Wales.
PETERBOROUGH 2 SWINDON 2 SIMON COX'S brace put a dampener on
Posh's promotion celebrations and took his league tally to 29 goals for the season.
THE rain put a dampener on
Maria Sharapova's Wimbledon preparations, but world number three Jelena Jankovic successfully evaded the showers to reach the last eight of the DFS Classic at Edgbaston Priory yesterday.
While Herman predicted the only cloud that might put a dampener on
the next round of reports could be the re-sale sector--"People want new product," she said--Liebman summed it up when she told the audience, "People should buy now because buying makes sense.
NOT wishing to put a dampener on
things but I will be happier when we start putting in the same sort of performances against Chelsea, Arsenal and United that we have seen against the lesser lights of the Premiership.