The storm, coming from the northwest, is predicted to arrive by late afternoon but taper off
overnight, with a weaker storm moving in Friday.
A Pacific storm that hampered Los Angeles commuters and raised the specter of flash floods late Monday was expected to taper off
today, weather forecasters said.
If delinquencies increase 10% in the near term, and filings taper off
to 100,000 per month, Fitch's chargeoff index is predicted to increase to 7.
Rainfall was expected to be heavy at times, then taper off
as the cold front moved east today.
Furthermore, with the cycle of monetary easing under way since mid-September and global growth expected to slow, improvements in balance of payments and external debt indicators should begin to taper off
While agents believe that activity will taper off
, they are unsure when because of the high demand for homes in the valley.
Rapid growth will continue for several years and taper off
by 2010, when functional foods are expected to represent five percent of the total global food market.
Most California markets simply won't have enough product next year to keep pace with demand, a situation that equals rising prices even though sales could taper off
Bies also opined that productivity growth is likely to taper off
by the second half of this year .
Overnight rains were expected to taper off
into scattered showers today, ending before warmer winds blow through the area Monday, said Bonnie Bartling, meteorological technician with the National Weather Service in Oxnard.
Fitch believes delinquencies in that sector are likely to continue through the remainder of this year and into next but expects the pace of the increases to taper off
Bonds is hot now, but history shows players that hit a lot of home runs early taper off
late in the season.
Debt levels should continue to remain manageable as the level of borrowing begins to taper off
during fiscal 2006 and the county amortizes debt rapidly.
4 billion this year, and predicts growth will taper off
into the middle or low teens in 2007 and 2008.
While the economy should grow by about 5% this year on higher oil production, quarterly growth should taper off
sharply in the fourth quarter (4Q) when the base effect from the opening of a new pipeline in fourth-quarter 2003 (4Q'03) is complete.