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run-up

n. a movement upward in the value of one or more securities. (Securities markets.) The market’s had a good run-up in the past week.
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Healthy investor optimism that has led to the recent run-up in prices may continue over the medium-term as the local economy's prospects outshine the rest of the region, especially as its story of economic gains from low oil prices remains intact," F.
Witnesses said the driver pulled out of two run-ups before crashing into the clubhouse at around 70mph on a third attempt, the Daily Telegraph said.
In July, the IMF warned similarly rapid debt run-ups have been associated with financial crises in other countries.
au, Gooch said that it is a frustrating scenario as the batsmen are not getting time in the middle to wipe out their 'cobwebs' and the bowlers are not being able to iron out any little flaws in their run-ups and get their rhythm.
Several hours of rain, and then wet bowlers' run-ups frustrated the tourists yesterday - after captain Alastair Cook (154no) and Michael Carberry (153no) had piled up 318-0 on day one.
Not only will you be unable to perform aircraft run-ups, you may have to tear down parts of the aircraft to access a hard-to-reach area where the tool landed.
The increase in start-ups and small-business hiring was more pronounced in areas with high run-ups in home values.
It provides a safe and convenient location for ground run-ups while minimising the acoustic impact of the engine tests on the nearby communities of Funza and Fontibon.
The EU leaders also laid out a new "fiscal compact" to prevent future debt run-ups and accelerated the start of a planned permanent 500 billion euro rescue fund.
A pilot reported observing the accident pilot perform about eight engine run-ups prior to departure.
The batsmen were soon out in the nets, with Kevin Pietersen taking on the bowling machine, while England's attack, such as Stuart Broad, were testing out their run-ups before the series begins in earnest.
Exxon Mobil continues to be well managed, but also continues to benefit from oil price run-ups that are not reflective of company or individual performance," ISS said in a report issued last week.
A new facility is to be built at Vancouver International Airport to minimise noise from engine run-ups that are conducted as part of regular aircraft maintenance work, the Vancouver Airport Authority announced on Tuesday.
Maybe the covering system at the grounds is something that the counties can continue to look at because to me the number one priority is trying to keep the wicket dry and the second priority is the bowlers' run-ups.
After Sunday's match was abandoned seven balls into the England reply, last night's day/night clash went the same way at 8pm local time after officials ruled that the bowlers' run-ups were waterlogged.