rise in

rise in something

to increase in something. I hope that this land rises in value over the next few years. Her expensive antique car actually rose in value during the first year.
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9% rise in prices of the "food and drinks" group, compared with July 2014.
The increasing demand of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), Remotely Operated Underwater Vehicle (ROV), and Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) will lead to a significant rise in the INS market in future.
The call comes after new research revealed that a rise in burglaries nationally is expected to coincide with the end of British Summer Time tomorrow.
The hike is believed to be fuelled by the recession and a rise in unemployment.
The warning comes after a rise in the number of break-ins in Sunderland where the burglar has got in through an unlocked door.
Operation Conifer was launched in the city last month after a high rise in the number of break-ins and so far 14 have been charged with offences involving stolen laptops, other electrical items and jewellery.
THE Daily Post would like to point that yesterday's front page story "Four-fold rise in burglaries" contained inaccuracies.
A SHOCK 70% rise in shed and garage break-ins in Hambleton has prompted a campaign to improve home safety.
Police are trying to curb the rise in Sefton by offering holiday storage for laptops and other expensive equipment, sending crime prevention officers to pinpoint weak points in schools, and flying the force helicopter over playgrounds.
The Cuban-American DJ, who also moonlights as half of both underground-house duos Funky Green Dogs and Murk, has been one of the leading catalysts in a sharp rise in dance-floor fanny bumping; one listen to this seamless two-disc compilation illustrates why.
Moreover, Canada, which has long accepted gender claims, has experienced no dramatic rise in such requests.
Luxury car thieves and sneak burglars have been blamed for a dramatic rise in break-ins across the West Midlands despite a major offensive by police in the area.
The dramatic rise in thefts from vehicles has led to town police issuing a firm safety warning.
As a result, local police predicted a rise in the number of homicides in the area--because more assault victims would die before they could obtain proper medical care.
The study suggested good road links and poor local surveillance were directly linked to a rise in rural crime.